Yes, TSA Is Still Getting Confused By ‘District Of Columbia’ Driver’s Licenses
Yes, TSA is still getting confused by ‘District of Columbia’ driver’s licenses
D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D) says a D.C. resident nearly missed her flight after airport security officers at Newark Liberty International Airport questioned whether her “District of Columbia” ID was valid. Norton called the episode “humiliating.” (Mel Evans/AP)Just in time for the peak holiday travel season, D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D) is issuing a not-so-friendly reminder to Transportation Security Administration officers.
Yes, the District of Columbia is a real place. Yes, it’s in the United States. And yes, D.C. residents can use their D.C. driver’s licenses to travel through …