Kaye Beach Nov. 27, 2015
Charles Key’s Testimony on REAL ID Former state representative, Charles Key who was the House author for the 2007 bill to prohibit our state from participating in REAL ID, was the third speaker at the public hearing on REAL ID held at the state capitol on Nov. 18, 2015.
Key urges Oklahoma lawmakers to take the lead once again.
“In 2007, Oklahoma led by being one of the first states to enact a law that says Oklahoma will not comply with the Real ID Act 2005. Today in 2015, we in Oklahoma must lead again by holding firm against Real ID.”
Key says that if the federal government wants a national ID then it should pass legislation to create one itself and quit trying to make the states do it for them. He asks that Oklahoma legislators introduce a resolution “that tells the federal government, if it wants a national biometric identification card, then Congress needs to introduce legislation”
“Oklahoma is being called to lead, and the best way to lead is to follow. Follow our oath of office and follow the constitution. Let us lead by passing this resolution. …Watch how many states will join us.”
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