Real ID deadline pushed back one year


President Trump has agreed to move back the Real ID deadline an additional year.

Senator John Kennedy requested the extension.

Only about 100 million Americans have a Real ID. Another 125 million were supposed to get one by October 1. 

Without the one year extension, Kennedy says there would be more air travel disruptions and more trouble for the economy.

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