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A. Except for an individual who applies for a license pursuant to title 36, chapter 4, article 10 or chapter 28.1, an agency shall waive any fee charged for an initial license for any of the following individuals if the individual is applying for that specific license in this state for the first time:
1. Any individual applicant whose family income does not exceed two hundred percent of the federal poverty guidelines.
2. Any active duty military service member's spouse.
3. Any honorably discharged veteran who has been discharged not more than two years before application.
B. On or before March 1 of each year, the department of administration shall report to the president of the senate, the speaker of the house of representatives, the joint legislative budget committee and the governor's office of strategic planning and budgeting the total number of waived licensing fees by each agency. The report shall specify for which purpose the fee was waived pursuant to this section.
C. For the purposes of this section, "agency" and "license" have the same meanings prescribed in section 41-1080.