There was an interesting new post at The Exponent BY CHASE PUTRICH
A Purdue ID controversy that has spanned the summer months has come to a close, so says the Tippecanoe County Election Board, whose members took questions on the controversy on Thursday.
The issue was raised in May, when Tippecanoe County Clerk Julie Roush took issue with the process to verify that a Purdue student’s Purdue ID was eligible. The specific issue was the fact that Purdue student IDs do not have a visible expiration date.
Purdue announced earlier this week that beginning next year, ID cards will show a visible expiration date and that students will be able to upgrade to the new card in late August for $10. Freshmen beginning in fall 2020 will be the first to be issued the new cards.
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