An interesting report says that at least one member of the Carter‐Baker Commission would not have signed on to its recommendation to use REAL ID as a voter ID card had she known more about it.
Meanwhile, the Boston Globe editorializes against REAL ID, calling it “unrealistic.”
Greater safety is imperative. But given its flaws, the Real ID law should be scrapped. The country needs to invest more thought, time, debate, and money into how best to upgrade driver’s licenses.