Officials: Minnesota IDs Should Suffice At Airports Until 2020Minnesota's current extension is slated to lapse in October, soon after the state begins issuing the new compliant licenses.
Lawmakers Fume As MNLARS Asks For $10M InfusionThe state's newly appointed IT commissioner told state lawmakers Tuesday that if they don't get the money, critical workers could be laid off or leave immediately.
When Do Minnesotans Need To Upgrade To REAL ID?When does it go into effect? When will you need a new license? What does it mean if you already have an enhanced driver’s license?
Before REAL ID Deadline, MN Outsources Drivers Licensing ServicesThe IT company will provide the software, implementation services, conversion, and training for Minnesota's driver's license IT system.
Minnesotans Gets Another Real ID ExtensionMinnesota residents can use their driver's licenses to board domestic flights for at least the next year.
Gov. Dayton Asks Homeland Security For Real ID ExtensionMinnesota travelers could soon be clear for airport security for another year without a Real ID driver's license.
Here Are The New Minnesota Laws Going Into EffectMany in Minnesota are anticipating the start of Sunday liquor sales this weekend, but a number of other new laws are also going into effect come July.
Do I Need A New Driver's License? Your REAL ID Questions, AnsweredPeople are wondering if they have to get a REAL ID, and if they do, when's the deadline?
DPS: Real ID Will Be Available For Minnesotans Next YearAfter Gov. Mark Dayton signed the REAL ID bill into law Thursday, Minnesotans will now be able to acquire one next year.
Travel Woes Averted: Dayton Signs Real ID BillMinnesota residents don't need to worry about trouble boarding flights next year: Gov. Mark Dayton has signed a bill complying with Real ID into law.
Minnesota House Signs Off On 'Real ID' PlanLawmakers finally reached a compromise this week and the House overwhelmingly passed the bill Wednesday.
Lawmakers May Have Reached Deal On Real IDMinnesota lawmakers may be close to a deal that would finally put the state in line with federal ID requirements.