The Minnesota House is set to vote this afternoon on a controversial bill that would move the state toward making Minnesota drivers licenses comply with federal REAL ID requirements. The bill allows state agencies to discuss the issue — something current law prohibits. In last week’s Senate debate, Minnetonka Democrat Terri Bonoff argued much has changed since the legislature years ago rejected REAL ID. Bonoff said, “If we could have had a crystal ball and understood the kind of terroristic threats that we have faced since that time, we might not have voted with such strength against adopting the REAL ID.” But Maple Grove Republican Warren Limmer warns there are serious privacy concerns with REAL ID that have yet to be addressed. Backers warn if the state doesn’t comply with federal requirements, Minnesotans in 2018 will no longer be able to use their drivers licenses to board aircraft.