Military & Veterans Law
HB 113 – Concealed carry licenses for military personnel.
Lowers the age at which a person can obtain a concealed carry
endorsement from 23 to 21 years of age if the person is a member of the
HB 136 / HB 238 / SB 27 – Unemployment benefits for military spouses.
Allows a spouse of an active member of the United States Armed Forces
to be eligible for unemployment benefits if accompanying the military
spouse in the event of a military transfer.
HB 204 – Drivers license renewal for military personnel.
Allows military personnel on active duty to renew drivers licenses
without examination when renewal is initiated within a specified time
from discharge or return to the state.
SB 78 – Military family relief fund. Extends the sunset on the military family relief fund income tax check–off from August 28, 2011, to December 31, 2017.
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