LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Getting Kentucky's driver's licenses up to federal standards will take cooperation from Gov. Matt Bevin.

Kentucky House Republicans are demanding more than a public promise from Governor Bevin, before they start working to re-examine licenses.

Gov. Bevin told lawmakers to overhaul the licenses last year, then vetoed the measure.

The state has until June to comply with the REAL ID Act, or Kentucky residents will not be able to use their licenses to board domestic flights or get into federal courthouses.

Bevin did not commit to a public guarantee, but said he is confident "we can get something done."

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