Fishing and Hunting Licenses for Vets
June 17, 2014
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- Disabled veterans could qualify for low-cost fishing and hunting licenses under a pair of bills approved by the Pennsylvania House.
The legislation would allow any military veteran who is between 60% and 99% disabled to receive a resident fishing or hunting license for $2.70 including processing fees.
Regular fees for adult resident licenses are $22.70 for fishing and hunting. Senate approval is required before the bills could be sent to the governor.