Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 67
STATE GOVERNMENT AND STATE AFFAIRS
CHAPTER 26
DEPARTMENT OF SELF-GOVERNING AGENCIES
67-2602A.  License fees — Military exemption. All persons holding occupational or professional licenses issued by the state of Idaho and who are serving in the armed forces of the United States, or their allies, or auxiliary services thereof, and any prisoners of war in custody of the enemy countries of the United States or their allies, including those in the armed services and auxiliary services and any prisoners of war as of July 1, 1942, shall be exempt from the payment of any professional or occupational license or renewal fee required by any law of this state for the period during which such persons shall be engaged in the military services of the United States, or its auxiliary branches, or held as prisoners. And during such period of military service, or service in the auxiliary branches thereof, or servitude and for six (6) months following the discharge from such military service or auxiliary service or servitude in the present war, such license shall remain in good standing without the necessity of renewal and during said period the same shall not be cancelled, suspended or revoked.

History:
[67-2602A, added 67-2602A added 1996, ch. 98, sec. 19, p. 401.]


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