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REAL ID law won’t affect Catawba Nuclear Station workers in York County

REAL ID law won’t affect Catawba Nuclear Station workers in York County

REAL ID law won’t affect Catawba Nuclear Station workers in York County | 01 Jan 2017 | (SC) York Workers at the Catawba Nuclear Station in York will be largely unaffected by a federal law restricting people’s access to certain buildings if they don’t have an acceptable form of identification. Starting Jan. 30, 2017, South Carolina IDs and driver’s licenses will no longer be accepted for entry into federal buildings, nuclear power plants and military bases. Instead, visitors must provide additional proof of identification, including passports and military IDs. But Catawba Nuclear Station employees will be able to access their site without problems, according to Chris Rimel, South Carolina Communications Manager for Duke Energy.

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