Mo. Senate Gives 1st-Round Approval To Bill Barring DOR From Scanning Source Documents

The Missouri Senate has given first-round approval to legislation that would prohibit the Department of Revenue (DOR) from scanning and storing source documents for driver’s license, conceal-carry, and other applications.

Senate Bill 252 would require the state agency to destroy all scanned copies obtained since September of 2012, and to do so by the end of this year.  It’s sponsored by State Senator Will Kraus (R, Lee’s Summit).  He says the Department of Revenue is seeking to implement the 2005 federal Real ID Act, even though a bill barring the agency from doing so was signed into law four years ago.

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