Driver’s Licenses From Four States Will Soon Be Invalid For Airport Security, Is Yours One Of Them?

And a giant “Ugh!” arose from New York. And from Minnesota, Louisiana and New Hampshire, when it became known earlier this month that residents of those states will have to find alternatives to their driver’s licenses to get through airport security, starting as early as next year.

This change is due to the REAL ID Act, passed by Congress in 2005 and gradually being implemented.

Read the rest of the story on my Forbes Seat 1A site.