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Congress set to impose ID card rules

States would need to verify papers

By Charlie Savage
Globe Staff / May 5, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- Congressional negotiators have agreed on a sweeping new system that would nationalize standards for driver's licenses and state identification cards, requiring states to verify the authenticity of every document that people use to prove their identity and show their legal residency. (Full article: 999 words)

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