[UPDATE, July 24, 2020: The U.S. Department of Homeland Security said it would lift the ban on New Yorkers enrolling in or renewing membership for federal trusted traveler programs. In a Thursday statement, DHS explained that New York amended laws to allow federal access to the state's DMV records as part of a resident's trusted traveler program acceptance. A statement from New York Governor Andrew Cuomo indicated that "the matter was dealt with in the state budget passed in April." Meanwhile, according to Reuters, just hours before lifting the ban on New Yorkers . . .

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