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Kansas driver's licenses are about to get a new look and some new features.
The Department of Revenue is unveiling the new design at an event later today with Gov. Sam Brownback and Revenue Secretary Nick Jordan.
Motorists who have applied for new licenses will begin receiving them this week. Among the elements are new security features to protect against identity theft or illegal duplication.
Revenue Department spokeswoman Jeannine Koranda says Kansas updates its driver's licenses every four to six years as technology changes.