Comment: Skimming the bill to find out

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Skimming the bill to find out

Skimming the bill to find out exactly where the language would be. So far, thinking it might be Sec. 3102 on social security cards.

SEC. 3102. INCREASING SECURITY AND INTEGRITY OF SOCIAL SECURITY CARDS.
(a) FRAUD-RESISTANT, TAMPER-RESISTANT, WEAR-RESISTANT, AND IDENTITY THEFT RESISTANT SOCIAL SECURITY CARDS. - ......

Is that the part? It's vague and doesn't explain exactly how the cards would be made identity-theft resistant. Keeping it vague means they can implement any way they want, ways to make sure a card is tied to only one person, right? And what better way than using biometric information? I'm not sure though if this is what Dr. Paul is referring to though.