HARRISBURG, PA (CBS) — The state Senate has sent a bill to the House seeking relief from deadlines in the federal “Real ID” program and repealing a law that forbids state participation in the program.

Pennsylvania has until June 6th to commit to compliance with Real ID. During a hearing last month, an expert told senators that failure to comply means as many as 100,000 Pennsylvanians would be affected in several ways, including access to their workplace.

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And in January, millions would not be able to use their driver’s licenses to fly.

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Even though the expert told senators another extension from the feds seems unlikely, a bill passed by the Senate Tuesday seeks another delay of the deadline. The bill also repeals a 2012 state law prohibiting participation in Real ID.

Steve Miskin a spokesman for the House majority leader said, “We need to repeal that law just to allow the Wolf Administration to talk to the federal government.”

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Miskin says he expects the House to consider the Senate Real ID bill “relatively soon.”