State Information on Real ID
Eric Peters, "Don't Stand for Fingerprinting
," The Connecticut Courant
, March 23, 2007.National survey of motor vehicles administrators
uncovers deep concern over Real ID across the nation. Connecticut officials' response to the survey is available here
" (Bridgeport) Connecticut Post
, January 17, 2006.
"The implications here could be huge. The Real ID Act could end up costing states billions of dollars in new costs. Congress must either go back to the drawing board on this issue or provide states the funding needed to implement this increasingly bloated plan."
, Prohibits the state of Connecticut from complying with the federal Real ID Act of 2005. (In committee
)2006Connecticut General Assembly Bill 60
attempted to comply with some provisions of Real ID. (Dead
) Read our Fact Sheet on Real ID Compliance Bills here
Connecticut officials' response to national survey of DMV's on problems posed by Real ID is available here
Watch this space for actions you can take to stop Real ID in Connecticut
For more information
ACLU of Connecticut