Come January, you won’t be able to get onto Fort Jackson or other military bases with a SC driver’s license, because the Legislature prohibited the state from complying with a federal anti-terrorism law. A year later, SC licenses can’t be used to board a plane.
Come January, you won’t be able to get onto Fort Jackson or other military bases with a SC driver’s license, because the Legislature prohibited the state from complying with a federal anti-terrorism law. A year later, SC licenses can’t be used to board a plane. Sean Rayford online@thestate.com
Come January, you won’t be able to get onto Fort Jackson or other military bases with a SC driver’s license, because the Legislature prohibited the state from complying with a federal anti-terrorism law. A year later, SC licenses can’t be used to board a plane. Sean Rayford online@thestate.com

No passport? No military ID? You could soon be grounded

December 03, 2016 05:00 PM

UPDATED December 03, 2016 05:00 PM

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