With just a biometric scan and $189, users of the Clear service can bypass the security line at airports. Legislators from California claim it divides passengers among those who have and those who don’t, so they want to change it in the state.

Legislators in California voted 8–4 to remove a bill pertaining to Clear’s expansion at state airports from the Senate Transportation Committee. For the bill to become law, it must be ratified by the whole California Senate and Assembly and signed by Governor Gavin Newsom.

Members of the publicly traded security firm Clear are able to skip the line at sporting events, concerts, airports, and other locations. Clear members pay $189 annually to use their fingerprint or face scan biometric data at an airport kiosk to confirm their identification, without the need to present their ID to a TSA representative.