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Rep. Wesselhoft says NO to RFID Tracking on State Driver’s Licenses

In Good Bills. Support, HB 2569, Oklahoma Legislation, Oklahoma Legislators on January 31, 2010 at 12:06 am

Oklahoma Watchdog Reports;

HB 2569 says ‘no’ to gov’t tracking of Okla. driver’s licenses; response to controversial PASS ID act

Posted By Andrew Griffin January 31, 2010

OKLAHOMA CITY — We here at Oklahoma Watchdog applaud Moore Republican and “anti-big-brother, anti-big-government” legislator Rep. Paul Wesselhoft for his filing of House Bill 2569 [1]. This is an important bill which would protect “Oklahoman’s driver’s licenses from government intrusion by preemptively allowing state and local governments from tracking a person’s location or obtaining information from an individual’s driver’s license.”

[. . .]Continuing, Wesselhoft said in a press release: “Through technology, governments, corporate and private entities can track a person’s location and personal information if one’s driver’s license is embedded with Radio Frequency Indentification (RFID) chip or special ink. They can be tracked by satellites, radio towers or even through doors in buildings as one walks through them.”

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If you would like to contact Rep. Wesselhoft and tell him thank you for pushing back against” Big Brother”

He is in Room 332

and his office number at the state Capitol is;
(405) 557-7343

Here is the actual bill

and these are the co-signers;Kern, Sears, Faught, Pittman and Morrissette


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