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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - The Missouri Department of Revenue has complied with a Senate subpoena and delivered thousands of documents relating to new driver's license procedures.
The Republican-led Senate requested the documents over concerns that license applicants' personal documents scanned into a state computer system are shared with the federal government or a private company.
Revenue Department officials have denied that they are sharing copies of personal documents, such as concealed weapons endorsements and birth certificates.
The documents were delivered Tuesday to Senate Appropriations Chairman Kurt Schaefer, of Columbia, roughly an hour before the 4 p.m. subpoena deadline.