Anti-REAL-ID States Protecting Their Residents’ Privacy Rights

The REAL ID (National ID Card) hysteria created by Governor Mark Dayton and the Republican Cavers in the Minnesota State Legislature has failed to pass.  Hoorah!  The fact of the matter is that an Enhanced Driver’s License allows one to fly on airlines, it is just that one will have to go through extra screening to get onboard.

Perhaps this is a good thing for Republican Legislators being that allowing the Federal Government to violate the 10th Amendment in order to track you and violate your privacy would kill them at the polls in November.  Something like that getting out to the press could end the majority status of the GOP in the Minnesota House.  Actually the straw that broke the camel’s back was the MN DFL Controlled Senate had a provision to give ILLEGAL aliens drivers licenses and the bills in Conference Committee didn’t produce a singular bill for Governor Goofy to sign.

If the TSA would just do some profiling and have training that EL-AL Security does none of this REAL ID nonsense would be necessary.

Here is Twila Brase’s article from Citizens Council for Health Freedom on May 23, 2016.  ~~ Publius Jr.


Only 8 States with Laws Prohibiting REAL ID Have Residents’ Best Interests at Heart

For Immediate Release
May 23, 2016
CONTACT:
Deborah Hamilton, Hamilton Strategies, 215.815.7716, 610.584.1096, ext. 102, or Beth Harrison, 610.584.1096, ext. 104, Media@HamiltonStrategies.com
Only 8 States with Laws Prohibiting REAL ID
Have Residents’ Best Interests at Heart
Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom: National ID System
Gives Federal Government Access to the Documents of All; Will Impact
Buying, Selling, Traveling, Health Care and More
ST. PAUL, Minn.—Eight states have gotten the message that REAL ID is a harmful government intrusion on their states’ residents—and have taken action to enact laws prohibiting REAL ID to protect their people.
Alaska, Louisiana, Minnesota, Montana, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania and South Carolina all prohibit REAL ID and are the only states with their residents’ best interests at heart, says Twila Brase, president and co-founder of Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF, www.cchfreedom.org), which staunchly opposes the Obama administration’s new push to implement a national ID card. CCHF is educating Americans and lawmakers about the dangers of this initiative, including the half-truths proponents are telling in order to advance their agenda.
“The eight states that have taken action to prohibit REAL ID are well aware of the serious violation REAL ID is of states’ rights and the 10th Amendment,” Brase said. “Under the REAL ID Act, the federal government would take control of all Americans’ identification documents and could require REAL ID to be used for all sorts of purposes beyond access to federal buildings and commercial flights without further authority from Congress. Imagine the federal government requiring the REAL ID card for renting a car, going through a tollbooth, buying wine and beer and guns, and so much more, including access to medical care. In short, no card, no care.”
Freedom from REAL ID, however, is in jeopardy in CCHF’s home state of Minnesota, where lawmakers last week debated details of a final bill, after first passing a bill that would force REAL ID on Minnesotans. That measure would override a 2009 law prohibiting REAL ID in the state. Lawmakers faced a deadline of Sunday at midnight to reach a decision, and the bill failed due to conference committee disagreements over how to resolve differences in the House and Senate bills.
The remaining states of the union are either compliant or non-compliant with REAL ID. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) communicates which states are compliant, which have extensions and which are non-compliant. View the status of states here.
CCHF—a national patient-centered health freedom organization existing to protect health care choices, individualized patient care, and medical and genetic privacy rights—has a section of its website dedicated to REAL ID, mainly the misconceptions about the national ID system, which CCHF fears could turn into a National Patient ID with a “no card, no care” mantra. Also online are CCHF’s “17 Facts About REAL ID”
Among the myths and empty threats surrounding REAL ID is the fact that there are no penalties or enforcement procedures to secure REAL ID compliance. But late last year DHS issued a warning stating that non-compliant drivers’ licenses would no longer be accepted for domestic air travel starting in January 2016. The intent was to scare the public, according to CCHF, but when state legislators didn’t jump into conforming activities, DHS extended the deadline to Jan. 22, 2018, with a stated prohibition on flying in 2020.
“In actuality,” Brase adds, “the law is designed to centralize American ID documents into a single pointer database—a “hub” with the information of all Americans accessible to all 50 state agencies. Biometrics are recorded and linked to Americans’ ID, and all required personal identifiable information and documents will be scanned and stored—a hacker’s paradise!”
For more information about CCHF, visit its web site at www.cchfreedom.org, its Facebook page at www.facebook.com/cchfreedom or its Twitter feed, @CCHFreedom.
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Make a Beer Run 5K Race May 28th Mpls

We were checking on the results of the Ramsey County Library Book It! 5K Run/Walk event of May 21st, and we found this unique 5K race on the MinnesotaRunner.com page.  It’s been awhile since we did the, “Airborne Shuffle,” to keep the weight off so we thought we would let you know about some road races to stay in shape for those numerous miles of lit drops, and door knocking that is coming ahead this summer and early fall.  We are not associated with any of the groups in the article.  ~~ Publius Jr.


Beer Run – BauHaus Brew Labs

Website: Race Website
Date: May 28, 2016 (Saturday)
Annual: 2nd annual event
City: Minneapolis, MN
Distance: 5k
Time: 11:00 AM
Location: BauHaus Brew Labs
1315 Tyler St NE
Course: Join us at BauHaus Brew Labs and enjoy a fun-run 5k throughout the surrounding neighborhood & parks! Walk, jog, run… no one cares! We’ve mapped out an awesome course that starts and ends at the brewery and our guides along the way will make sure you know where to go. Cross the finish line and celebrate!
Surface: Paved Road
Fee: $30 without shirt
$40 with shirt
Notes: Registration is limited, so sign up today!
Let’s consider this an “un-race” as it goes against many principles of those fancy 5k races you may be familiar with. This is not timed and you will not get a medal when you finish. What you will get is an excuse to enjoy the great Minnesota outdoors, FREE beer and swag, and the wonderful feeling that you are supporting our local community. Remember: a portion of all proceeds go to benefit MN non-profits. Check out our website to see who we support and why: breweryrunningseries.com!  All participants receive a FREE BauHaus craft brew and get to take home a collectors pint glass or seasonal swag item.

Contacts
Nate Brewery
E-Mail:
nate@ breweryrunningseries.com
Phone:
612-532-0250
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Greg Ryan on The Issues

This post was copied from www.Ryan4US.com/issues.  There is a web form that you can send Greg your concerns that have been overlooked by Betty McCollum.  Just click on the link here and let Greg know what concerns you.  We are not part of Greg Ryan’s Committee.  We are posting this to inform voters of the 4th Congressional District of Minnesota.  ~~ Publius Jr.


Roseville MN resident, Greg Ryan seeks to unseat a do nothing Congressperson--Betty McCollum.

Roseville MN resident, Greg Ryan seeks to unseat a do nothing Congressperson–Betty McCollum.

Over the past several months, Greg Ryan has thought about running for Congress. But instead of “talking at” people, he has been listening to people from all over Minnesota’s 4th District. He hears the same themes everywhere: “We are concerned about our future.”

  • Young people ask: “Will we have the same opportunities as our parents?”

  • Their parents ask: “Will hard and smart work pay off for our children and grandchildren like it has for us?”

Greg Ryan believes that the answer to these questions will be “‘yes.” But only if the government gets out of the way. Personal freedom, coupled with responsibility, has always been the recognized hallmark of the “all-American” family.

While she seems to mean well, our current Representative in Congress isn’t working for us anymore. Greg Ryan wants to represent you in Washington. He has spent a lifetime solving real problems. He is prepared to do the same in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Greg Ryan will Uphold the U.S. Constitution and will vote to…

  • Support the 2nd Amendment

  • Protect Our Borders

  • Protect Religious Liberty

  • Return Power to the States

  • Reform the Tax Code

  • Cut Federal Spending

  • Repeal Obamacare

  • Restore Jobs and Economic Growth

  • Help Our Veterans


 

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Public Forums for the SPPD Police Chief Finalists

Copied from St Paul Mayor Chris Coleman’s website “Office of the Mayor.”  This is an important meeting to help St Paulites get the Police Chief we need not what Chris Coleman wants.  ~~ Publius Jr.


Two public forums scheduled for community to meet, ask questions of Saint Paul Police Chief finalists

SAINT PAUL – Mayor Chris Coleman today announced that two public forums are scheduled for early June to allow community members an opportunity to ask questions of the five finalists for Saint Paul Police Chief. The 32-person Police Chief Selection Committee selected the five finalists.

Finalists include:

Saint Paul Police Department (SPPD) Assistant Chief Todd Axtell,

Minneapolis Police Department Lieutenant Eddie Frizell

SPPD Commander Colleen Luna

SPPD Senior Commander Tina McNamara

SPPD Senior Commander Matt Toupal.

 

MEETING DETAILS:

Wednesday, June 1, 2016, 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Concordia University, E.M. Pearson Theater, 312 Hamline Ave, Saint Paul, MN

Thursday, June 2, 2016, 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Progressive Baptist Church, Main Sanctuary, 1505 Burns Avenue, Saint Paul, MN

Following the two community forums, the Mayor will submit his final choice for the position of Police Chief to City Council to approve. The city has gathered a wide array of public feedback regarding the qualities community members want to see in the next Police Chief, both through an online survey and through community engagement at local gathering spaces, forums and events.

For more information about the police chief selection process, visit www.stpaul.gov/policechief.

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CCHF Rally Against REAL ID May 17th 8:30 AM

We just received this update from Twila Brase the head of Citizens Council for Health Freedom.  We have not altered the content except we have deleted the picture of the State Capitol Building and we have added color for emphasis (and made a note where the MN SOB is at across from the Sears’ Parking lot).  We are also not associated with this group.  Twila Brase is a GOP National Convention Alternate from Minnesota’s CD4 Republicans.  ~~ Publius Jr.


 

 

 TOMORROW: Rally Against REAL ID

at the MN State Capitol

 

PLEASE COME TOMORROW!
Rally with us TOMORROW, Tuesday, May 17 at 8:30 a.m. The entire MN House of Representatives is scheduled to vote on the Republican REAL ID bill (S.F. 3589) tomorrow!Come tell them “VOTE NO ON NATIONAL ID CARD!”

WHAT: CCHF RALLY AGAINST REAL ID!
DATE: TOMORROW, Tuesday, March 17
TIME: 8:30 a.m.
PLACE: Minnesota State Office Building (across from Sears)
ROOM: Outside the Secretary of State’s office (first floor)
ADDRESS: 100 Rev. Dr. MLK Jr. Blvd, St. Paul, MN 55155
PARKING: Bring dollars/quarters. Parking map (ramp AA and F are closest)
QUESTIONS: Call 651-646-8935 (CCHF office)
IMPORTANT: We’ll be moving to another location by 9:00, so be timely — or call our office if you arrive late so you can find us.

BRING: Creative Signs that oppose REAL ID (National ID Card)
If passed, SF 3589 will:

• eliminate MN state driver’s licenses,
• create federal driver’s licenses and identification cards issued by MN,
• let the federal government determine “official purposes” and required uses of the driver’s licenses and ID cards.

As Senator Limmer said Thursday, REAL ID is a ‘National ID card.’

If this bill becomes law, all standard driver’s licenses and IDs in MN will be federal REAL ID licenses or ID cards — under federal control.

This is an unconstitutional violation of state’s rights and an unconstitutional violation of your 10th Amendment rights forbidding federal encroachment.

The Republican bill will transfer to the federal government control over the documents you need for ID, travel, driving, and access to services.

Proponents say the bill gives you a non-REAL ID option. Not true. These driver’s licenses and IDs will be all REAL ID-compliant if the bill becomes law. As author Sen. Scott Dibble (D) said in a Senate committee, both types of licenses and IDs will be under the federal REAL ID law and thus both will be compliant with REAL ID. There’s NO “non-compliant” DL/ID if bill passes.

PLEASE COME! (let us know you’re coming by replying to this email)

If you can’t come, or even if you can, CALL AND EMAIL LEGISLATORS ASAP:

WHEN YOU CONTACT THEM: Please use the Senate bill number (SF 3589), the name of the House author (Rep. Dennis Smith) and the words “VOTE NO ON REAL ID” in your communications. To be clear, Rep. Smith is amending the Senate File with the House language, so the vote will be taken on the Senate File even though it has the House language in it (this is a common practice).

Tell the following legislators to VOTE NO on REAL ID (SF 3589)!

CONTACT:

GOP LEADERSHIP:
Speaker Kurt Daudt651-296-5364; rep.kurt.daudt@house.mn
Majority Leader Joyce Peppin651-296-7806; rep.joyce.peppin@house.mn

AUTHOR: Rep. Dennis Smith651-296-5502; rep.dennis.smith@house.mn

YOUR MN STATE REPRESENTATIVE (click to find): http://www.leg.state.mn.us/leg/districtfinder

Twila Brase, RN, PHN
President and Co-founder

P.S. YOU CAN STILL FLY: The privacy office of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security says REAL ID is a “voluntary program for the States” and the federal REAL ID Rule says that you can fly without REAL ID:

Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom
161 St. Anthony Avenue, Ste 923, St. Paul, MN 55103www.cchfreedom.org
Phone: 651.646.8935  |   Fax: 651.646.0100www.cchfreedom.org   |   Email: info@cchfreedom.org
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Meet Greg “The Plumber” Ryan CD4 Republican Candidate

The following was copied from the www.Ryan4US.com/about page.  We are providing information about the Endorsed Republican Candidate for the 4th Congressional District from Minnesota.  We are not part of the candidate’s committee, but we wanted to make sure St Paul plus those voters in the rest of Ramsey & Washington Counties know that there is someone fighting to make sure To Vote Betty Out this time.  ~~ Publius Jr.


Endorsed Republican Candidate for the 4th Congressional District Greg Ryan

Endorsed Republican Candidate for the 4th Congressional District Greg Ryan

Greg Ryan’s Story

In 1984 my life changed. My father was murdered during a robbery at our plumbing store. I was a fairly typical 24-year-old learning the trade of the family business. The next day I was in charge of our family business. For the first time in my life everything became too real.  I had to grow up overnight, I had to overcome the loss of my Father and learn to wear his shoes. I still remember that struggle, and how it made me feel.  My father had prepared me well for the role.  The business stayed successful and I embraced my new role.

Since then, I have looked forward to the challenge of running a business and being a part of the community. I am rewarded daily by what I do. I have learned that to be successful, you need to listen and genuinely care about other people. You need to be willing to walk in their shoes to really make a difference.

Today, too many Minnesotans are struggling in their jobs and their careers. We need to do something about it. The politicians in Washington have forgotten their pledge and their duty to the community.

Too often, the whispers of big business and pacts have drawn them away from their causes. Someone needs to remind them that they need to care about those they represent… that my community, my friends, and my family matter.

In school, I learned that the House of Representatives was, “The People’s House.” That’s where successful, ordinary people from all walks of life gathered to give the benefit of their life experience back to the country. But now, Washington has become the home of elitists who do not value the knowledge learned at the “school of hard knocks.”

I am Greg Ryan and I have decided that it is my duty as a member of my community to try to make a difference. I have put my name in the running for Congress. I will represent my community, my friends, and my family. I believe that changes need to be made in Washington and I can help.

My father is my hero. All I’ve ever wanted to be is a man my father would be proud of and live up to the ideals he taught me. I decided to make a choice to help represent my community. Let me wear your shoes and walk the halls of the Capitol and share your voice.

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Road Construction Schedule: MN Highway 36 Overpass of Lexington Ave

In 2010, as the old HD 66A Republican Chair, I, Publius Jr, sent a team of photographers out to catch some photos of the MN Hwy 36 Overpass at Lexington Ave, and also the Railroad Bridge over Maryland Ave W at Kent St.  Then in 2013 we posted an article about the neglected infrastructure near the new HD 66B Representative John Lesch-DFL, and the new SD 66 Senator John Marty-DFL homes.  Senator Marty drove on the Hwy 36 overpass at Lexington and quite possibly saw the Railroad Bridge on Maryland Ave.  Representative John Lesch lives 2 blocks away from the Railroad Bridge.  Yet it wasn’t until the Fall of 2014 that the Railroad Bridge was fixed by BNSF employees at the prodding of Ward 5 Councilperson Amy Brendmoen.  She wanted BNSF to allow for a mural on the bridge…the fix was more important than new paint.

Railroad Bridge column in dire need of repair in 2010. Repaired 4 years later

Railroad Bridge column in dire need of repair in 2010. Repaired 4 years later


Bare Rebar. Photo taken in 2010 by Rod Golightly

Bare Rebar. Photo taken in 2010 by Rod Golightly

Looking north on Lexington Avenue. This photo in 2010 doesn't show now the face of the concrete gone, and some rebar rusted through.

Looking north on Lexington Avenue. This photo in 2010 doesn’t show now the face of the concrete gone, and some rebar rusted through.  Photo by Rod Golightly


Thankfully after all this time of talking about infrastructure, roads and bridges by both parties, This overpass will finally be replaced this summer. So if you must travel Hwy 36 you should add extra time to your travel schedule so you don’t have to speed.

MN Hwy 36 & Lexington Overpass Construction Schedule:

Construction schedule

April through May

  • Close and remove ramps between EB Hwy 36 and Lexington Ave. Remove existing signal system at Lexington Ave.
  • Close outside shoulder of EB Hwy 36
  • Construct bypass and median crossovers to carry traffic during construction. Work will require some off peak/night lane closures on Hwy 36
  • Close Lexington Ave. to complete bypass construction/paving

June through Sept.

  • Close ramp from Dale St. to WB Hwy 36 and close ramps between WB Hwy 36 and Lexington Ave.
  • Lexington Ave. and ramps to and from EB Hwy 36 remain closed
  • Shift eastbound and westbound traffic onto bypass/crossovers
  • Remove existing bridge over Lexington Ave. and construct two new bridges. Construct westbound roadway and ramps and approximately 1200 feet of eastbound roadway

Sept. through Oct.

  • Shift WB Hwy 36 traffic onto final alignment, reopen westbound ramps to and from Lexington Ave. and the ramp from Dale St. to WB Hwy 36
  • EB Hwy 36 traffic remains on bypass to allow construction of new eastbound roadway
  • Lexington Ave. and on and off ramps to EB Hwy 36 remain closed
  • Install new median high tension cable guardrail at the end of this stage (Oct.)

Oct. through Nov.

  • Shift EB Hwy 36 traffic onto new lane and shoulder to the north side of the eastbound highway
  • Remove bypass, complete mill and overlay on Lexington Ave. and reopen Lexington Ave.
  • Complete construction of EB Hwy 36 on the south side along with the new EB Hwy 36 ramps to and from Lexington Ave.
  • Complete resurfacing of EB and WB Hwy 36 with night and non-rush hour closures
  • Close ramps between both directions of Hwy 36 and Hamline Ave. for resurfacing and repairs
  • Reopen ramps between WB Hwy 36 and Hamline Ave. when paving is complete

Project Map Hwy 36 & Lexington

 

 

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Roseville Area Schools Art Show at RCL-Roseville May 3-13

Not everyone will be a Physician, Electrician, Carpenter, Nurse, or Rocket Scientist (I, Publius Jr, have that degree–BS Aerospace Engineering & Engineering Mechanics), when they grow up.  Some will be artists.  For a well rounded education one needs to stretch out and try something you haven’t tried before.  Art & Music, and Industrial Arts are three areas that schools have cut in order to meet budget guidelines.  In the process the school administrators and school boards have curtailed some future professions that rely upon those areas.

It helps to be able to draw when it comes to Computer Aided Design & Milling, architecture, home design, and Computer Chip Lithography

For now art is just fun to do as Roseville Area School K-12 Children have experienced.  Some of their artwork is on display at Ramsey County Library-Roseville at County Road B & Hamline Ave N.

Roseville Schools Art Show

Roseville Schools Art Show
May 3 – 13

Student Art Reception
Thursday, May 12, 5 – 7 p.m.
RCL – Roseville

Roseville Area School’s K-12 Art Department invites you to our student artwork showcase at the library in Roseville. District 623 has a long history of excellence in the arts. Come and be amazed at the quality and creativity of our young, local student artists. A special Student Art Reception will be held to recognize all the hard work.

 

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#ProLifeSunday : Let’s Celebrate Mothers

Not enough flowers to say, "Thanks Mom for all you do for me."

Not enough flowers to say, “Thanks Mom for all you do for me.”

This Sunday is Mother’s Day and we would like to thank all the mothers out there for being there at every step of life.  You’ve nurtured, supported, and loved us.  You’ve made us into the people we are today.

#ProLifeSunday Thanks to Mothers

not enough flowers to say, "Thanks mom."

not enough flowers to say, “I love you mom.”

There aren’t enough flowers and presents to say thank you to mothers. We will also say there aren’t enough ties, tools, and aftershave cologne to say thank you to committed fathers.

We at SaintPaulRepublicans.us we celebrate the entire family. We include Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles, Siblings & Cousins, and friends.  Family values begin with God, the Holy Trinity.  Adam and Eve had God actively involved in their family to help them avoid the potential problems that arise during the rearing of children.  Our extended families have helped us grow in areas that our parents may have overlooked, or helped us to relate to our parents to know that they were once like us at one point in the past.

Cutting any part of the family out of the picture diminishes the resources one can draw upon.

While there might be a number of fantastic mothers who vote for Democrat candidates, we have to take issue with them because they support the destruction of life during a pregnancy.  They support Planned Parenthood, a taxpayer supported organization that draws upon the tenets of Eugenics that were supported by their founder Margaret Sanger and the current Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg who had been their attorney.  Eugenics derived from Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution and the idea of “survival of the fittest.”  Sanger believed that there are certain undesirables in the human population.

Happy Mother's Day

Happy Mother’s Day

To end on a positive note we would like to thank all the Pro-life Mothers serving as legislators in the Minnesota State Legislature:  Mary Franson, Kathy Lohmer, Joyce Peppin, Linda Runbeck, Anna Wills, Peggy Scott, and others.

Happy Mother’s Day

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MN Real ID Bill Requires Re-Registration as a US Citizen

This post is copied from the newsletter that Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom sent on May 4, 2016.  The content hasn’t been altered, but font color has been added for emphasis.  Twila Brase is a real champion of freedom and she urges people to contact their state representative and be heard at the House Hearings tomorrow May 5th at 1 pm, and again in the Senate on Friday May 6th at 8 am.  ~~ Publius Jr.


Dear Minnesota Citizen,

The Minnesota legislature, including House GOP leadership, plan to give you a Federal Driver’s License — under federal control.

The House has a hearing tomorrow at 1:00 p.m. The Senate hears the bill Friday. Please raise your voice now…or we will lose our freedom.

If these bills become law, say good-bye to state licenses, state’s rights and individual autonomy.

Why would the state legislature agree to let the federal government commandeer — take power over — the documents you need for driving, identification, traveling, purchasing, and accessing services?

Once a State adopts REAL ID, the federal law gives the Secretary of the Dept. of Homeland Security sole authority to expand the “OFFICIAL PURPOSES” for which the card could be required, potentially to:

  • firearm and ammunition sales
  • beer and wine purchases
  • hotel registration
  • renting a car
  • accessing medical care
  • purchasing phone service
  • starting telephone service
  • cashing a check
  • getting a credit card
  • bank access
  • driving
  • and more…

There’s no end to what the Secretary of Homeland Security could require the federal ID card/DL – to be used for. By law, they need no permission from Congress. This violates your freedom.

Everyone — even if you’re 75 or 80 or 100 years old — will be forced to re-establish citizenship by providing a birth certificate and social security card for scanning into a federal database before being allowed to drive, fly or use REAL ID for identification.

Essentially, you’ll have to re-register with the federal government to be approved as a legitimate U.S. citizen. Again, it’s a Federal ID/DL.

Your data will enter the federal data verification “hub” located in Missouri, which was funded by a $17 million Homeland Security grant. The federal government will have POLICE POWERS in connection with this data.

There are 15 acceptable IDs for flight. In fact, no law requires an ID for flying. You can simply agree to enhanced TSA screening (Gilmore vs. Gonzales). You can fly without REAL ID, according to the Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS):

“DHS notes that individuals without a REAL ID-compliant document will still be able to enter federal facilities and board commercial aircraft…” (Final REAL ID rule)

It’s time to act!

1) HOUSE: Tell the members of the House Transportation Committee to VOTE NO on HOUSE File 3959 during TOMORROW’s hearing (1:00 p.m.).


2) SENATE: 
Tell the Senate State and Local Government Committee to VOTE NO on SENATE File 3589 on FRIDAY’s (May 6th) hearing at 8:00 a.m.

House Transportation (Tomorrow, Thursday, May 5, 1:00 p.m.):

CHAIR: Tim Kelly rep.tim.kelly@house.mn  651-296-8635
rep.john.petersburg@house.mn,  rep.ron.erhardt@house.mn,
rep.frank.hornstein@house.mn,  rep.chad.anderson@house.mn
rep.mark.anderson@house.mn,
rep.joe.atkins@house.mnrep.connie.bernardy@house.mn,
rep.steve.drazkowski@house.mn, rep.alice.hausman@house.mn,
rep.jeff.howe@house.mnrep.clark.johnson@house.mn,
rep.jon.koznick@house.mnrep.eric.lucero@house.mn,
rep.sandra.masin@house.mnrep.denny.mcnamara@house.mn,
rep.jim.nash@house.mnrep.kim.norton@house.mn,
rep.linda.runbeck@house.mnrep.tim.sanders@house.mn,
rep.mike.sundin@house.mnrep.mark.uglem@house.mn,
rep.abigail.whelan@house.mnrep.jim.knoblach@house.mn

Senate S&L Govt (Friday, May 6, 8:00 a.m.): 

sen.jim.abeler@senate.mnsen.bruce.anderson@senate.mn
sen.karin.housley@senate.mnsen.bev.scalze@senate.mn
sen.dave.thompson@senate.mnsen.melissa.wiklund@senate.mn
SEVEN members have online email forms: http://www.senate.mn/committees/committee_bio.php?ls=89&cmte_id=3061

We need YOU to take action against this BIG GOVERNMENT plan.

Protect yourself and your freedom by sending an email and making a phone call now. Help us stop REAL ID. We can’t do it unless YOU raise your voice!

PLEASE ACT TODAY!

Thank you!

Twila Brase RN,PHN
President and Co-founder

Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom
161 St. Anthony Avenue, Ste 923, St. Paul, MN 55103www.cchfreedom.org
Phone: 651.646.8935  |   Fax: 651.646.0100www.cchfreedom.org   |   Email: info@cchfreedom.org
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