Governor Mark Dayton today signed the REAL ID bill into law. The legislature passed the measure Wednesday, after Republicans stripped out a controversial provision banning drivers licenses for illegal immigrants. Republicans did however put the provision in a public safety appropriations bill–and the governor warns if GOP lawmakers hold the state budget hostage over policy issues, they’re responsible for moving toward government shutdown. The signing of the law means that Minnesotans will be compliant with federal law and will be able to board flights with the proper ID starting next year. Minnesota was the last state to comply with the federal law.