HUNTSVILLE, MO - A new law created to keep the state safe from terror attacks is driving some area Mennonites out of Missouri.
The law removes a 30-year exemption that allowed certain religious groups to obtain driver's licenses without photos. Many Mennonites consider having their pictures taken a sin.
Those families are instead moving to Arkansas, where state law still allows that exemption.
More than a dozen Mennonite families near Huntsville have already moved or plan to move. Other Mennonite enclaves near Rolla, Springfield and Vandalia are facing similar ultimatums.