The cards will cost around $10. A waiver for those unable to afford the cards will be offered. “The city is sending a strong
On Thursday, a federal court struck down a New York City Transit Authority rule that permitted police officers to ask anyone on Transit Authority property for their ID. The right to anonymity is not mentioned in the Constitution, but it fits with established American ideals of privacy.
Los Angeles approved ID cards for undocumented immigrants, saying they'll help immigrants engage in civic life. But could the cards set them up as targets for INS?
The news media tends to concentrate on the more dramatic horserace rather than the complicated issues surrounding how the winner will be determined. But the public is evidently interested.
The science of verifying the identity of individuals by relying on paper-based technology is inexact at best. Yesterday's obsolete technologies cannot be effectively used to solve tomorrow's problems.
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This has to be one of the dumbest things I've heard in a long time. The UK has spent £4.4 billion ($6.6bn US) on a controversial
San Francisco will give resident identification cards to illegal immigrants under a plan approved on Tuesday amid a fierce
Other nations have a variety of devices and policies in place to agitate against all unauthorized residents, without discriminating between the people who came via airplane and the folks who had to walk in.