Virginia to issue Veteran designated drivers licenses

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    Instead of carrying around the tattered old DD214 Virginia will join with about a dozen other states and issue (for a one time fee of !0.00) a drivers license that designates Veteran status. It's good for discounts in motels and other places and Veteran organizations. It's a great idea to honor all the millions of brave Americans who served their Country honorably
     
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    Hmm cool, do you know what other states are doing this?
     
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    Of course it's optional but the states who have already adopted it are Conn, Fla, Ark, Ind, Maine, Mass, N.D., Oregon, Pa, Tenn, Tx and Utah. Pending in N.J., S.C. and Az.
     

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