House passes Rep. Gildon bill to reduce cost of license plates for veterans
Under current law, veterans with a 100 percent disability rating may receive license plates at zero cost. Should Gildon’s bill be enacted into law, that threshold will be lowered to a 70 percent disability rating.
“At a 70 percent disability rating, these veterans have already given so much. The least we can do is give a little back,” said Gildon, R-Puyallup.
Gildon is a 23-year veteran Army Officer, having served in five overseas deployments.
House Bill 1707 now moves to the Senate for further consideration.
###Washington State House Republican Communications