The NH legislature passed a state bill banning Real ID, and NH Governor John Lynch signed it - welcome to the club, guys.
Interestingly, the NH legislature called Real ID "contrary and repugnant" to the NH and U.S. Constitutions, which it is, certainly - however, it's ironic that they thought banning smoking in bars and restaurants was OK by the Constitution.
Let me be clear - I'm glad they took a stand against Real ID, but liberty minded folks don't need fair-weather Constitutionalists. We need people who realize that principles aren't something you can ignore when the political wind blows counter to them, a costume you put on when you want to look like a principled decision maker.
So... the NH Legislature took a popular and newsworthy stand against the Real ID and cited the Constitution, and previously took a popular and newsworthy stand with a smoking ban and ignored the Constitution. What do you think was the real motivation?