Gov. Greitens to Sign Real ID BillGovernor Eric Greitens will sign the Real ID bill today at Royal Oaks at Whiteman Air Force Base.
Mo. Senate Approves Real ID Compliance BillMissouri is one of only five states that doesn't comply or have an extension to comply with the federal law establishing tougher licensing requirements in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Missouri House Passes Real ID Compliance MeasureA battle over whether to allow Missouri residents to get federally acceptable driver's licenses came closer to an end Thursday.
Missouri House Pushes Real ID Compliance Measure ForwardWithout complaint licenses, Missourians won't be able to use state identification to board airplanes or visit some federal facilities starting in January 2018.
Real ID Issue Up in the Air in Mo. Leg.Don't expect quick action from the Missouri Legislature to address the Real ID issue.
Scott Air Force Base Cracks Down on Acceptable Forms of IDA driver's license or ID card from Missouri won't be enough to get onto Scott Air Force Base and Fort Leonard Wood as of Sept. 15.
Illinois Upgrading Security for Driver's Licenses, ID CardsIllinois Secretary of State Jesse White said that with the current changes, Illinois is now 84 percent compliant with the federal mandate.
Lawmakers Consider Real ID Changes for MissouriMissouri lawmakers are considering changes to state IDs as federal officials warn the state's drivers' licenses won't be acceptable at some federal buildings and eventually for traveling on airplanes.
Feds Won't Accept Missouri Driver's LicensesA letter from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to Missouri, obtained on Wednesday by The Associated Press, informs the state that its exemption from federal Real ID requirements will come to an end Jan. 10.
Gov. Nixon Staffers Fight Mo. House SubpoenasThe attorney argued the subpoenas impose an unreasonable burden by providing too little notice and taking the employees away from important work.
Audit, Public Hearings Planned on Missouri License ControversySenate Appropriations Committee Chairman Kurt Schaefer claims the procedures by the Department of Revenue are an invasion of privacy.