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Georgia Abandons Effort to Collect Drivers' Fingerprints

Associated Press | May 10, 2005

ATLANTA -- Gov. Sonny Perdue signed legislation Monday that sets the stage for the state to quit collecting fingerprints from drivers license applicants in about a year and to destroy the records it has amassed since the practice began in 1996. The practice has been controversial ever since it was started under former Gov. Zell Miller, but Republican efforts to repeal the statute were stymied by top law enforcement officials, who argued that fingerprints -- encoded on the back of the license -- helped thwart counterfeiters. The law will take effect July 1, 2006, a little over a year from now, when the entire database will be destroyed. Among other things, the delay gives the state time to reprogram the drivers license system.

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