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Reviving A De Facto National I.D.

Thursday, July 11, 2002

Back in 1996 some members of Congress got the bright idea they could impose a national ID card on the American people through the backdoor by linking driver`s licenses to Social Security numbers. Fortunately, widespread concern about violations of privacy caused the law to be repealed in 1999 before it took effect.

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