JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri senators who are upset about the state's new driver's licensing procedures were briefed about the new system in 2011 but were never told that local license office clerks would be making copies of applicants' personal documents to be kept in a state database, according to newly obtained records.
Senators not told about personal data stored in driver's license database
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