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ACLU on a Real ID repeal effort
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Publish-date-icon August 3, 2009
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The ACLU's Chris Calabrese, veteran legal counsel assigned to the anti-Real ID effort in Washington updates listeners on a newly filed legislation. The new bill filed in the House of Representatives, would repeal Real ID entirely and replace it with the negotiated rulemaking process. The rule making process, part of a 9-11 Commissions reform bill, was itself repealed by the Real ID Act of 2005. We observe the modern marvel of when the ACLU can finally agree with the Secretary of DHS on something - that Real ID is dead. More is also included on the PASS Act.

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