Monthly Archives: January 2011

student photo id card not sufficient for voting in Texas

according to the new Texas state voting bill student ID cards will not be valid for voting. Bill passed last week in state senate (19 to 11) recognizes 5 forms of photo id cards for voting: driver’s license, state ID … Continue reading

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photo ID cards for seniors and disabled in Fiji

Government of Fiji and country bus operators reached an agreement to allow disabled citizens to use mass transit for no fare while citizens 60 years old and over would pay 50% fare. In order to avoid fraud all citizens eligible … Continue reading

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voting photo ID card requirement for another state?

According to Star Tribune Republicans in Minnesota proposed new voting bill that would require to present ID card when voting. It would improve citizens confidence in voting process advocates say. Democrats oppose saying the law would require the state to … Continue reading

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UK national ID card database to be deleted this week

Almost 5 years after its launch United Kingdom national id card program database will be deleted this week. Program was launched as a part of global war on terror on the wave of after 9/11 legislative. High cost and heavy … Continue reading

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Texas considers voter photo ID requirement

Senators in Texas will start working on voter identification bill on Monday. The bill is expected to spike fierce partisan debate. According to state governor, Rick Perry “Fiscal discipline, balanced budgets and the integrity of the ballot are critical to … Continue reading

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ask for employee ID badge before letting anyone home

According to San Francisco Chronicle it has happened number of times in recent weeks that imposters acting as Contra Costa Water District employees have tried to enter local area resident’s homes.  In order to prevent scam CCDW advises to ask … Continue reading

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Russia to issue new ID card

According to the Moscow News Russia will be issuing new ID cards for its nationals 14 years and older beginning January 2014. The new ID card with optional photo is planned to hold substantial amount of owner’s information. Going after … Continue reading

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senior ID card in Dutches county

According to poughkeepsiejournal.com senior residents (age 60 and older) of Dutchess County (New York) may obtain senior citizen identification cards Feb. 9 at the Dutchess County Division of Aging Services’ first-floor conference room, 27 High St., Poughkeepsie. The cards will be … Continue reading

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web surfer ID card?

According to CBS Obama administration is working on providing digital IDs for internet users. U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke quickly cuts speculations saying “We are not talking about a national ID card. We are not talking about a government-controlled system. … Continue reading

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Photo ID card may be required to vote in Wisconsin

According to weau.com new Wisconsin state legislature may require to proof identity with photo ID card in order to cast ballots. Breaking long term tradition already caused controversy. While some say this is just a minor change in procedure that would greatly improve voting … Continue reading

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