Monthly Archives: June 2011

Minnesota: ID badge required to enter the capitol in case of shutdown

Unless budget agreement is reached by Friday the state will be limiting access to the public premises. Capitol will be closed to the public except for those who have a scheduled hearing. All Capitol tunnels will be closed except for … Continue reading

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Orange County, CA: ID bagde of sheriff’s deputy stolen

The burglary took place on Wednesday, June 8th at night, between 7PM and 9 PM on the parking lot in front of Clearman’s North Woods Inn in La Miranda. Aside from the ID badge 2 Glock handguns were stolen as … Continue reading

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Chicago O’Hare new crew ID check process sparks controversy

Chicago O’Hare International Airport will start testing new security check lines for airlines crew members this summer. During the first phase of testing only the pilots will be allowed to use speedy security lines. New test proceudre is based on … Continue reading

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Coronado, CA: check ID badge before letting American Water worker home

California American Water warned its customers of impostors in June 21st press release. Day to day business operations of the company do not require employees or contractors to enter the residents property. Unless the visit was scheduled by the company … Continue reading

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Abu Dhabi: national ID card a must for upcoming elections

For the first time in history residents of Abu Dhabi will have to use Emirates national ID card to be able to cast a ballot. Federal National Council elections have been scheduled for September 24th. All the candidates have to … Continue reading

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India: national ID card program unlikely to cover half of pupulation by 2013

Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee presented data that 2 million unique ID cards have been issued. This makes grim outlook for covering half of 1.2 bilion population by 2013. The program called Aadhaar (foundation) has started in 2009 and is being … Continue reading

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North Carolina voter ID card bill likely to be vetoed by the governor

North Carolina new voting bill requiring photo ID card to cast a ballot is now waiting for the governor’s Beverly Perdue consideration. Democratic governor is expected to veto the bill as his fellow Democrats in the House and Senate voted … Continue reading

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Victoria, TX: Local Police Department will soon accept Mexican ID cards

Houston based Mexican consul Luis Malpica y de la Madrid visit to Victoria, TX resulted in an announcement of Mexican ID card soon to be accepted by local police department. At the present time Mexican driver’s license is insufficient to … Continue reading

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mandatory dog ID card law in Westmount, Canada

Canadian town of Westmount, Quebec requires all dogs owners to carry ID badge effective May 3. The new measure goal is to improve public security officers safety who otherwise have to approach the pet which resulted in a few bites … Continue reading

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Richmond, CA considers issuing municipal ID cards

Like San Francisco and Oakland, Richmond also considers issuing city ID cards. The idea is on schedule to become the law on July 5th.  The ID card is mainly for undocumented immigrants who cannot obtain any state or federal issued identification in the … Continue reading

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