MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minnesota travelers could soon be clear for airport security for another year without a Real ID driver’s license.

Gov. Mark Dayton has asked Homeland Security for an extension to implement the new national security standards.

Minnesota’s current license allows people to use a driver’s license to enter federal buildings, military bases and airport security until Oct. 10.

The state passed a Real ID law in May, and asked for an extension past October.

That extension is expected to be granted.

  1. Tim Neumann says:

    If they would not have wrangled over this issue, this would not be a problem. Hopefully Homeland security will deny the extension, then a class action lawsuit can burn up more money Minnesota does not have.