By a vote of 35 to 11, the State Senate on Tuesday sent the REAL ID bill to Governor Mary Fallin for her signature. The bill makes state-issued driver's licenses compliant with the federal REAL ID law, but drivers could keep their non-compliant licenses if they choose. "The Oklahoma Senate approved a measure that solves a problem the vast majority of Oklahomans wanted us to tackle," said Senate President Pro Tem Mike Schulz. "Solving this issue has always been primary about national security."
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