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TSA Now Accepts Digital IDs From These Nine States

At more than two dozen U.S. airports, TSA security checkpoints will accept a digital driver’s license in lieu of a physical ID—but only if it was issued by one of these states.

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    TSA Now Accepts Digital IDs From These Nine States

    TSA Now Accepts Digital IDs From These Nine States

    Nearly 70 million Americans are now eligible to fly within the U.S. with a digital ID stored on their phones. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced Tuesday that it now accepts mobile driver licenses (mDLs) issued by New York, the ninth state whose digital IDs can be read by the …

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