Fingerprints may soon no longer be required for those seeking a driver's license.

The measure, dubbed "The Religious Freedom and Privacy Protection Act of 2009," would prevent the state from collecting, obtaining or retaining "any biometric data" in connection with motor vehicle registration or driver's licenses.

Biometric data includes fingerprints, palmprints, facial feature pattern characteristics and other identifying information.

The bill also bans the sharing of information previously collected or distributed and requires the deletion of such information from current files.

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