ST. PAUL, MN – Representative Frank Hornstein (DFL-Minneapolis) will present bipartisan legislation to the House Transportation Policy and Finance Committee tomorrow that eases requirements to obtain a Real-ID. HF 3964 expands the list of documents that can be used to demonstrate residency. It also removes background check requirements for licensing staff who do not handle Real-ID applicant data.
WHAT: House Transportation Committee Hearing on HF 3964
WHO: Rep. Frank Hornstein, representatives from Minnesota Driver Vehicle Services, committee members
WHEN: Thursday, March 5, 2020, 12:45 pm
WHERE: Room 10, State Office Building, St. Paul
The Senate companion bill is being carried by Senate Committee Transportation Chair Scott Newman (R-Hutchinson) and advanced out of the Senate Transportation Committee today.