JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon denied Wednesday that his administration is implementing a federal proof-of-identity law through a controversial new driver's license process, declaring with exasperation that the state wasn't trying "to mess with people" by building "a magical database" of personal information.
UPDATE: Nixon denies ill intent with driver's license process
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