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I am so right. Aviation law is considered a federal concern and is regulated at that level. It is actually in a way responsible to international law.
originally posted by: pheonix358
a reply to: zazzafrazz
Travel is national, states have zip to do with FAA rulings
You are so wrong. The Federal Govwernment only has the powers given to them by the States or the constitution.
The States have everything to do with this.
originally posted by: MOMof3
a reply to: pheonix358
But, I have had to sign away my rights for drug testing for a job. And since just about every job does it, I had no choice.
Of course you have a choice, you just don't like it.
What rights do these things remove?
you allow your rights to be removed.
Showing you are who you say you are is unreasonable search and seizure? What's being unreasonably searched? Your ID? What's being seized?
The Fourth Amendment was put in place to prevent the mass checking of 'We The People'.
Seems to me that the Fourth applies more to your own home and property than an airport.
originally posted by: StoutBroux
Why aren't the democrats and liberals fighting this? After all, it's discrimination against the poor. Will illegal immigrants also be required to have them in order to fly? If so, will they get them? Will only US citizens be required to carry this new ID? What about visitors from other countries? The passport it is then.
A) Noncompliant States/Territories
REAL ID Enforcement Update
December 29, 2014
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced that residents who currently use a non-compliant license or identification card issued from a state who is deemed in compliance with REAL ID will now have until October 1, 2020 before their current license or card has to be upgraded to a REAL ID compliant license or card in order to access federal facilities.