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Dangerous ID getting closer

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Wyoming is getting closer to being compliant with "Real ID" thanks to our legislators, Senate Bill 38 Real ID becomes effective Jan 1, 2010.

Shame on the Legislators that support this abuse from the federal government, Wyoming Real ID combined with the Patriot Act means that you will be at the mercy of a federal monopoly and let's not forget the coming Health-Care data base.

Below are the Wyoming Legislators that support this federal intrusion that ignores the "Bill of Rights".

36 Representatives that voted yes are: Anderson, R., Bagby, Berger, Blake, Bonner, Brown, Byrd, Carson, Childers, Cohee, Craft, Gilmore, Gingery, Goggles, Hales, Hallinan, Hammons, Harshman, Illoway, Jorgensen, Landon, Lockhart, Lubnau, McKim, McOmie, Meyer, Millin, Moniz, Patton, Petersen, Philp, Roscoe, Simpson, Stubson, Throne and Zwonitzer, Dv.

18 Senators that voted yes are: Anderson, J., Burns, Cooper, Dockstader, Geis, Hastert, Hines, Jennings, Johnson, Landen, Larson, Massie, Meier, Nicholas, Peterson, Ross, Schiffer and Von Flatern.

Contact your legislator and ask them to repeal Wyoming Real ID and support legislation that says no to the federal government.

For more info: On Wyoming Real ID.
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