Lack of "Identity Proofing" leads to Fraud
Real ID Act
Implementation of the Real ID Act, a law meant to begin the process of properly identifying U.S. citizens, has been delayed repeatedly over the years. About two dozen states initially passed legislation refusing to comply.
Currently, the following states still have laws banning compliance, according to the Washington, D.C.-based advocacy group, Coalition for a Secure Driver's License: Alaska, Arizona, Minnesota, Montana, Oklahoma and Washington State. Without full implelentation of the Real ID Act the we will never even begin to identity proof who's who.
The Obama Administration is currently attempting to mitigate the strained federal health insurance website. And yet another problem has surfaced on the radar of officials: Thousands of individuals have been unable to authenticate their identity as it relates to medical plans.
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