SB 708: Ad Valorem Taxation
GENERAL BILL by Norman
Ad Valorem Taxation; Authorizing an active military combat duty grant based on the amount of ad valorem taxes paid on a homestead to be paid to certain servicemembers who have served a specified minimum amount of active military combat duty; providing an exception to the minimum service requirements for a servicemember who is injured while on active duty; authorizing a disabled veteran grant to be paid to a disabled veteran in an amount based on the veteran’s disability rating percentage; authorizing the unremarried surviving spouse of a disabled veteran to apply for the grant to which his or her spouse was entitled before his or her death; authorizing fallen hero grants based on the amount of ad valorem taxes paid on a homestead to be paid to the surviving spouse of a law enforcement officer, firefighter, or emergency medical technician who is killed in the line of duty, etc.
Last Action: 11/21/2011 Senate - Withdrawn prior to introduction -SJ 59
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
• Referred to Military Affairs, Space, and Domestic Security; Community Affairs; Budget
• Withdrawn from Military Affairs, Space, and Domestic Security; Community Affairs; Budget
• Withdrawn prior to introduction -SJ 59
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