10:48 am
Fri August 1, 2014

Kentucky Driver's License Still Enough in Federal Buildings, For Now


The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has granted an extension to Kentucky for meeting requirements of the new identification security law known as REAL ID – meaning a Kentucky driver’s license is still sufficient for gaining access to most federal buildings.

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11:02 am
Thu August 2, 2012

Kentucky's New Driver's Licenses

A more tamper resistant driver’s license will start popping up in wallets across Kentucky.  The new dual side laminated card includes a digital watermark, hologram, and very fine print.  

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Voter ID Response Encouraging
8:09 am
Mon March 5, 2012

Election Officials Optimistic About Voter ID Law

Tennessee election officials say the small number of residents who didn't have proper identification during early voting indicates people are adjusting to a new law requiring a photo ID to vote, but others say the real test will be November’s general election.  Tennessee's 12-day early voting period ended last Tuesday.  Election Coordinator Mark Goins says during that time, there were more than 200,000 voters, and only 46 showed up without a photo ID.  However, Vanderbilt University political science professor Bruce Oppenheimer says early voters are a bad sample of the general electorate be

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