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Monday, July 18, 2005

The Privilege to Drive in Virginia May Soon be More Expensive

Today, Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff is planning to meet with the National Governors Association, on the agenda, is the REAL I-D Act which was passed into law last month.

What this means to the States is that they are going to be faced with increasing costs to verify if you are a legal resident or a citizen of the United States. You can expect that any costs that Virginia incurs will be directly passed to you. While this may be our own speculation, the cost to get a driver's permit in Virginia we predict will rise. To read more on this go to 8 News in DES MOINES, Iowa

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