Kansas City 'Fountain Card' Free Pass Debuts

Mayor Q delivers on a longstanding promise that pretty much negates most U.S. immigration laws. 

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Kansas City residents can now get a Fountain Card, a municipal ID that will help them access city services that usually require traditional forms of identification like a driver’s license or state ID.

The ID is free for all ages and available at the Kansas City Health Department. The card is easier to access than traditional forms of state identification, which require multiple official documents.

Applicants need to prove who they are and that they live in Kansas City, Missouri. However, Mayor Quinton Lucas stressed that the city wants to make sure anyone can get an ID, even without permanent housing or citizenship.

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Kansas City will now give you a municipal ID to get city services and open a bank account

Kansas City's Fountain Card, which has fewer requirements than a traditional ID card, will help residents who have issues getting government-issued identification by easing access to water services, library cards, bank accounts and other city programs.