Current Alabama law provides for a discounted three-day group hunting license for military veterans, both residents and non-residents, who are 50 percent or more disabled
This bill would extend that discounted group rate to all totally and permanently disabled persons, while continuing to keep that rate available to military veterans who are 50 percent or more physically disabled. This bill would also change the name of that discounted license to the "Physically Disabled Sportsman's special three-day event license." This bill would preserve the existing discounted annual license for physically disabled resident veterans
To amend Section 9-11-49, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the Physically Disabled Military Veteran's Appreciation three-day trip event license; to extend that discounted group rate to all totally and permanently physically disabled persons, veteran and non-veteran; to rename that event license the "Physically Disabled Sportsman's special three-day event license;" and to amend Section 9-11-54, Code of Alabama 1975, to make conforming changes.
|March 5, 2019||S||Read for the first time and referred to the Senate committee on Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry|
|Hearing||April 3, 2019||RM316 at 14:30||Senate AC&F Hearing|
|Hearing||March 19, 2019||Room 316 at 14:00||Senate AC&F Hearing|
|Bill Text||SB 46 - Introduced|