States also are still chafing over the estimated $14 billion price tag of making driver's licenses more secure that the federal government ordered up. While the U.S. Department of Homeland Security gave states -- even those who didn't ask for it -- more time to comply with the federal Real ID law, state legislatures are still thumbing their nose at the law. Just last month, Arizona became the 10th state to vote to prohibit the state's compliance with Real ID, which will force states to verify the identities of all 245 million drivers -- and pay for the program. ::FULL STORY HERE::
BTC Commentary : Looks like some Governor's may not want a Real ID.