The Real ID Act of 2005 turns our state driver’s licenses into a national identity card, costs over $20 billion dollars, infringes privacy, and imposes major burdens on taxpayers, anybody renewing a driver's license, seniors, immigrants, transgender people, and state governments – while doing nothing to protect against terrorism. A huge coalition is fighting Real ID at the state and national level, and we need your help.
Please join us for a discussion about Real ID -- and how you can help stop it before it goes into effect.
Speaking and answering questions will be Deborah Pierce, Executive Director of Privacy Activism, and leader of the Stop Real ID Now! activism campaign.
April 19th at 7 PM
39 Drumm St
Light refreshments will be served.
For more information about real ID, please visit our blog, our website, or join one of the discussion groups on Myspace, Yahoo!, Tribe, and free-association.net . If Real ID is already on your radar and you'd like to take action now, please see our instructions for filing comments with Department of Homeland Security.
Official Website: http://stoprealidnow.blogspot.com/
Added by brandymelida on April 11, 2007