The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles has several license plates that are available to veterans who are disabled. You have probably seen these “Disabled Veteran” license plates on the road, or you might even know someone who has one. There is a problem with these plates, though, one that the veteran community has been trying to solve through legislation for the last few sessions now. This session, Mr. Randy Kirner, a Vietnam veteran representing Reno in the Nevada Assembly, has introduced Assembly Bill 111. Through this bill, he aims to address the existing problems, and he has received broad support …
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