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Pact Will Let Michiganians Cross Border With Driver’s License

Michiganians who cross the border on a regular basis (some just go to Canada for dinner or lunch) won’t have to carry a passport under a pact signed with Homeland Security.

Michigan Sec. of State Terri Lynn Land/official photo

Michigan Sec. of State Terri Lynn Land/official photo

Paul Egan
The Detroit News
DETROIT — State and federal officials signed an agreement Monday that will allow U.S. citizens in Michigan the option of using a driver’s license, rather than a more costly passport, to cross the U.S.-Canada border when tougher security rules take effect next June.
Michigan Secretary of State Terri Lynn Land and Stewart Baker, an assistant secretary with the Department of Homeland Security, signed documents authorizing a new and enhanced Michigan driver’s license at a ceremony at the Detroit Regional Chamber.
The new cards, which contain an electronic chip that can be read by border guards, should be available next spring at a cost of less than $50, Land said at a news conference.

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