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  • Breast cancer survivor successfully lobbies to change DOL license photo policy

    Breast cancer survivor Kristina Lord successfully lobbied the Washington state Department of Licensing to amend its policy so cancer victims with hair loss from treatment can use their previous license photo, as long as the person is still identifiable. The West Richland woman’s driver license renewal came due in the middle of her chemotherapy treatments in 2014.

Breast cancer survivor Kristina Lord successfully lobbied the Washington state Department of Licensing to amend its policy so cancer victims with hair loss from treatment can use their previous license photo, as long as the person is still identifiable. The West Richland woman’s driver license renewal came due in the middle of her chemotherapy treatments in 2014. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Breast cancer survivor Kristina Lord successfully lobbied the Washington state Department of Licensing to amend its policy so cancer victims with hair loss from treatment can use their previous license photo, as long as the person is still identifiable. The West Richland woman’s driver license renewal came due in the middle of her chemotherapy treatments in 2014. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

She lost her hair to chemo, then fought the state over her driver’s license photo

December 16, 2016 5:15 PM