PRIOR PRINTER'S NO. 1370
PRINTER'S NO. 1423
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF PENNSYLVANIA
INTRODUCED BY BAKER, HUTCHINSON, TOMLINSON, WASHINGTON, FONTANA, WAUGH, TEPLITZ, GREENLEAF, BREWSTER, STACK, SMITH, WHITE, COSTA, ERICKSON, RAFFERTY, YAW, VULAKOVICH, YUDICHAK, SOLOBAY, MENSCH, BRUBAKER, SCHWANK AND BLAKE, SEPTEMBER 16, 2013
SENATOR ALLOWAY, GAME AND FISHERIES, AS AMENDED, OCTOBER 1, 2013
8§ 2706. Resident license and fee exemptions.
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10(b) Disabled veterans.--
11(1) Any resident disabled veteran of any war or armed
12conflict whose physical disability consists of the loss of
13one or more limbs, or the loss of the use of one or more
14limbs, or whose physical disability is considered total<-,
15including a veteran who under Federal regulations is assigned
16a disability rating of less than total but who is deemed 100%
17disabled due to unemployability, and who meets all other
1qualifications of this title and is otherwise mentally and
2physically fit, shall be issued a regular hunting or
3furtaking license upon application to any county treasurer,
4without the payment of the license cost, if that person is
5domiciled in this Commonwealth.
<-6(1.1) Any veteran who is eligible for disability
7compensation as determined by the United States Department of
8Veterans Affairs and who meets all other qualifications of
9this act and is otherwise mentally and physically fit, shall
10be issued a resident hunting license at the cost of $1 upon
11application to any county treasurer.
12(2) The application for the issuance of this license
13shall, in addition to the other information required by the
14director, contain a statement that the applicant is a war or
15armed conflict veteran and that his physical disability was
17(3) The applicant shall produce the applicant's
18discharge papers and a Department of Veterans Affairs
19disability certification to the effect that the applicant
20suffers total physical disability <-or is eligible for
21disability compensation as determined by the United States
22Department of Veterans Affairs.
23(4) If a disabled veteran who qualifies for issuance of
24a license under [this subsection<-] paragraph (1) presents
25documentation to show that the qualifying disability is
26permanent, the county treasurer shall issue the disabled
27veteran a lifetime hunting or furtaking license.
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4Section 2. This act shall take effect in 60 days.