Another reprieve for some air travelers as enforcement of a new ID law is delayed again.

FOX's Lisa Brady reports:

Under a law recommended by the 9/11 commission and passed by Congress in 2005, states are supposed to meet new federal security standards for driver's licenses, but the law touched off a heated debate about privacy concerns with some states still refusing to comply.

Drivers from those states would not be able to get through airport security with their license once the law is implemented.

They'd need a passport or other federally-approved ID. The Department of Homeland Security now announcing another delay. The TSA will accept current ID's until January of 2018...

And some passengers will have more time until October of 2020. The ID law is already enforced at federal facilities, nuclear plants, and military bases.

Lisa Brady, FOX News.