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Take my card where it counts 

I recently had the occasion to go to a physician’s office; I was required to show a picture identification before I could see the physician—even though I had been seeing this physician for years and was known by my first name.

I was required to show my driver’s license before cashing a check at a bank where I have been doing business for a long time.

I am asked for my driver’s license when I make major purchases by credit card, and I’ve seen young people cardedat the supermarket for purchasing beer.

I have never been carded when I vote. Do you think there is something wrong with this picture?

Robert Parkhurst

Atascadero

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