Secretary of State Jesse White Press Secretary Dave Druker answers your questions about the Real ID

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This undated photo provided by the Kansas Department of Revenue shows Kansas’ new driver’s license design meant to comply with federal identification requirements for airport security purposes. The new licenses will contain either a gold circle with a white star cutout proving the holder is lawfully in the U.S. and that it is acceptable federal identification, or the words “not for federal ID.” The revamped licenses come three years before they are required. (Kansas Department of Revenue via AP)

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Secretary of State Jesse White’s Press Secretary Dave Druker joins John Williams to explain the Real ID and what it will be mandatory for, come October, 2020. Listeners text and call with many, many questions, and many observations.

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