Photo for driver’s license


I was skimming the manual for the Indiana BMV for driver’s licenses. I came upon one section that says that a person can be exempt from having a photo on their license for religious reasons. Wow! Ridiculous! Check it out…

“Photo-Exempt License
An individual with a religious objection to taking a photograph may make a special
application to the BMV for a photo-exempt driver’s license or non-driver identification
card. An application may be obtained at a local license branch or by writing to the
above-listed address. The applicant must complete the application and attach a letter
of certification of religious belief on letterhead from his or her minister, bishop, elder or
other leader of the religious organization of which he or she is a member explaining”

What do you think?