Citing her religious beliefs, Sultaana Freeman, 35, took the state of Florida to court after she was denied a driver's licence because she refused to be photographed without her "niqab", a veil that leaves only her eyes uncovered.
My first instinct was to be on the state's side.
However, it turns out that they hand out temporary licenses that have no picture, and are good for up to six years.
The state's position is inconsistent.
However, interesting counterpoint: Egypt and other arabic countries require faces on their drivers license's... meaning that if this woman were to drive in Egypt, she'd need to take off the vail.