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  1. celticreeler

    You have to apply for your CCW at the DOR office, where if they copy all your vital documents, **Presto!**, a gun registry (for CCW applicants, anyway) is born!


    1. Yes, fee stations are limited to verifying documents in issuing CCW licenses.


  2. Ever see the Chinese bar on the back of your drivers license? Well the other day I returned a purchase at Best Buy. The clerk ask to see identification, I figured the cc that I used to purchase. . .not. He said, “I need your drivers license.” I didn’t think about it and handed him my DL. He flips it over and scans the Chinese bar. So I ask him, whats on the bar and he replied all your information that’s on the DL. If you take that to the next level with the RF Transmitter chip, you’ll be broadcasting/announcing your personnel information. . . only God and the DOR no’s how many feet/yards.miles. . .to whom ever has a reader. Kinda weird!


    1. Target now scans the DL for any purchases that require verification–tobacco, alcohol, non-vice pharmaceuticals. They say they do it for their own protection. They want proof they did their job.

      I’m not a big fan of that, but it bothers me less than when government does it, lies about what they’re doing, lies about how they’re paying for it, and lies about why they’re doing it.

      The biometric photography is particularly disturbing when combined with the Administration’s drone policy.

  3. celticreeler

    Todd Richardson’s bill, HB 787, introduced 3/6/13 and heard in the House Government Oversight and Accountability Committee, in its 2 brief pages seems to prohibit the DOR from making and retaining copies of source documents of applicants for “drivers or non-drivers licenses,” but I’m not sure that includes CCW certifications. Does anyone know?



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