Pennsylvania is getting an extension to fix state law to allow for federal 'Real ID' compliance

01.20.17 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

The extension from the Department of Homeland Security gives state officials until June 5th, to resolve the state's non-compliance.

The governor's office says a further extension could be granted, once the state can commit to meeting all necessary requirements.  

Real ID establishes new federal standards for state-issued driver's licenses and non-driver ID cards to allow entry into federal buildings and to board commercial airline flights.