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Tonite: What the Real ID Act Means Tues 1/15/08

Your Papers Please: What the Real ID Act Means for American Values

Tuesday, January 15th
7:30 pm
Huntington Town Hall
100 Main Street, Huntington, NY

Friday, the Department of Homeland Security released its final regulations for states to implement the United States’ first-ever national I.D. card system, the Real ID Act.

Across the country, an overwhelming number of states, organizations, and individuals from all sides of the political spectrum have come out in opposition to the Real ID as yet another one of President Bush’s unprecedented attacks on Americans’ privacy rights.

Yet in New York, Governor Spitzer made New York the first state in the nation to sign an agreement with the federal government to implement Real ID.

Join us in Huntington tonight to hear from state and local experts on why a national I.D. card system threatens Americans’ privacy and American values. Come find out about the new movement in New York to reject Real ID.

Your Papers Please: What the Real ID Act Means for American Values

Where: Huntington Town Hall, 100 Main Street, Huntington, NY
When: Tuesday, January 15th, 7:30pm to 9pm
Who: Speakers include NYCLU Nassau County Chapter Director Tara Keenan-Thomson, NYCLU Suffolk County Chapter Director Seth Muraskin, NYCLU Advocacy Director Udi Ofer, Mindy Perlmutter of the Nassau Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Huntington business owner Josh Kaufman, Christopher Edes of the Libertarian Party of New York and leading advocates from the LGBT, gun rights, and civil rights communities.

For more information, email director@suffolknyclu.org or call 631-650-2301.

Co-Sponsored by the New York Alliance Against the Real ID Act.

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