State Representative from Byron proposes special passport for I.D. theft victims

A State Representative from Byon wants victims of I-D theft to be able to get a special “identity theft passport.”  Republican Duane Quam says it would be useful when I-D theft victims deal with creditors, or if they’re accused of a crime committed by someone using their stolen identity:

Quam contends victims could use it when dealing with creditors, or if they’re accused of a crime actually committed by someone using their name:

Quam says an “identity theft passport” can help victims reclaim their financial stability more quickly.