Oregon Legislature Passes Real ID Driver’s License Bill

The Oregon Legislature has passed a bill to allow local motor-vehicle offices to issue state driver’s licenses and other forms of identification that comply with federal requirements borne out of 9/11 security concerns.

Senate Bill 374 overwhelmingly passed the Oregon House on Thursday on a 56-1 vote and now heads to Gov. Kate Brown for signing. The bill will allow residents to go to their local DMV office to get licenses and IDs that comply with higher-security requirements under the federal 2005 Real ID Act.

Source: Oregon Legislature Passes Real ID Driver’s License Bill . News | OPB