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Pennsylvania Receives Driver’s License Extension

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HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania has been given an extension on the “Real ID Enforcement” until October 18, 2018, by the federal government.

Officials say that means standard Pennsylvania state driver’s licenses can still be used to get into federal building or boarding airplanes.

Back in May, Governor Wolf signed a law stating that Pennsylvania will have Real ID driver’s licenses starting in March of 2019.

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