By Stephen Dinan
The Washington Times
Citing the coronavirus pandemic, Homeland Security announced Tuesday that it is granting yet another delay in compliance with the Real ID Act’s deadline for having secure identification to board an airplane, setting a new target of 2023.
The original deadline set by Congress was 2008, but it has been extended repeatedly as administration after administration has been prodded by slow-moving states and members of Congress for reprieves.
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