TSA offers solutions for travelers who lose their identification

05/24/2011 | USA Today

Sometimes an expired driver's license and a library card are enough to get a traveler who has lost his or her identification through an airport security checkpoint. Not having your identification does not necessarily mean you will be denied boarding, a TSA spokesman said. He noted that public databases allow the TSA to verify the identities of some travelers, as long as they have some sort of government-issued identification.

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