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28-2473 - Former prisoner of war license plates; fees
28-2473. Former prisoner of war license plates; fees
A. The department shall issue distinctive license plates to:
1. A person, other than a person who was discharged from the armed forces under conditions less than honorable, who submits satisfactory proof to the department that the person was captured and incarcerated by an enemy of the United States during a period of conflict with the United States.
2. The immediate family member of a person who has been issued a license plate pursuant to this section.
B. For each original license plate issued pursuant to this section, the department shall collect a fee of fifteen dollars in addition to the registration fee required by section 28-2003. For each annual renewal of license plates issued pursuant to this section, the department shall charge a fee of five dollars in addition to the registration fee required by section 28-2003. The department shall deposit, pursuant to sections 35-146 and 35-147, the fifteen dollar fee as a donation in the veterans' donations fund established by section 41-608.