Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Anti-Real ID Bill picked up by Ron Paul


WASHINGTON - Based on reports from Liberty Coalition mover, Michael Ostrolenk, Representative Ron Paul has picked up a legislation to comprehensively repeal the Real ID Act of 2005 with no substitutions.

Several privacy, civil liberty and technology coalitions increased discussions about the Real ID Act calculating efforts towards a comprehensive repeal late last year. A draft was hatched during that time. Congressional leaders were solicited in order to seek a repeal. Rep. Ron Paul was the first to step up to the plate.

More news on coalition based developments to come.

1 comment:

Michael Boldin said...

Great news - let us know as soon as you have details or a bill number so we can report on it as well!