Under a controversial 2005 domestic security program passed by Congress and known as Real ID, states were required to issue more secure licenses initially by May of 2008, extended to December 2009 and now to May of 2011. DHS said 46 states are not in compliance with the requirements, and 13 have passed laws refusing to participate.
This isn't a principled non-cooperation, but it's a start. I'm sure the bureaucrats are just holding out until they've gotten around to stealing enough money to pay for it, but I'd like to see this kind of thing turn into a trend - the non-cooperation of the states with the mandates of the federal government, that is.
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