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Wyoming lawmakers advance digital driver’s license bill

March 4, 2020

A bill that would enable Wyoming residents to display their IDs on their phones or tablets as a supplemental option to physical IDs passed the state Senate on Monday.

The legislation, which will be reconciled with a House version approved last month before moving to Gov. Mark Gordon’s desk, would authorize the state to begin selling digital driver’s licenses and IDs to residents who already have the physical documents. Those digital copies may be accepted in replacement of a physical ID, according to the bill.

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