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The Maine Curiosity
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Publish-date-icon April 25, 2011
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Maine has tread a rocky road to success and compromise towards resolving Real ID compliance and State boundaries.  Rep. Ben Chipman, a freshman elected on an Independent ticket, used Maine's legislative history and his experience on a local People's Veto initiative to gain support and sponsorship for An Act To Protect the Privacy of Maine Residents under the Driver's license Laws [LD-1068].   The bill has been recently re-worked to include an Amendment; which united partisan interests and gained a nod from the Governor.

Rep. Chipman discusses the bill, the Amendment, the  legislative priorities for LD-1068 and Maine's conflicted history with Real ID. 

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