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State says Real ID plan will cost $150m

Predicts agencies will be swamped

By Yvonne Abraham
Globe Staff / May 16, 2007

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The Patrick administration says a federal law that would tighten drivers' license regulations would cost the state more than $150 million and overwhelm agencies that would have to process millions of new documents and to verify the identity and immigration status of every Massachusetts driver. (Full article: 836 words)

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