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New Jersey to Make Driver's Licenses Harder to Counterfeit

New Jersey driver’s licenses, known as the easiest outside Alaska to counterfeit, will be replaced starting in late July with a digital model that state officials say will be among the most tamper-proof anywhere. Gov. James E. McGreevey announced plans for the new design today, promising that the phase-in could be handled at the notoriously slow offices of the Division of Motor Vehicles. The state has hired a contractor to produce the licenses with equipment at the offices, which will add employees and offer express lanes for people who have completed a preliminary registration online. The 45 agency offices around the state must check identification documents, like birth certificates, utility bills and Social Security cards, for each driver before issuing replacements. Full Story

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