HARRISBURG – Sen. Devlin Robinson’s (R-37) bill honoring Pennsylvania veterans who have served in both Afghanistan and Iraq with the opportunity to apply for a special license plate was signed into law as part of Act 112 of 2022.
“I was proud to serve alongside these brave men and women during my service in the United States Marine Corps,” said Robinson. “I am pleased to see my fellow service members honored with the ability to obtain an Afghanistan and Iraq Veteran license plate.”
Prior to Act 112 of 2022, Pennsylvania only offered Afghanistan or Iraq veteran license plates separately. Since both conflicts happened concurrently, many veterans in the Commonwealth served in both theaters.
To receive the plate, veterans must provide proper documentation and a fee of $20 to the Department of Transportation.
The new law takes effect in 60 days.
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