Some visitors may have a tougher time getting onto some Georgia military bases.
Fort Benning and Fort Stewart are no longer allowing people to use driver's licenses from five states to gain entry to the bases.
Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri, New Mexico, and Washington refused to follow a federal law and add new security provisions to their driver's license processes.
People from those states must now use alternate forms of identification such as a passport.
Officials at the Marine Corps Logistics Base in Albany tell us they have not been notified to implement those procedures.