2011 Louisiana Laws
TITLE 29 — Military, naval, and veteran's affairs
RS 29:431 — Confederate veterans
CHAPTER 3. CONFEDERATE VETERANS
PART I. GENERAL PROVISIONS
§431. License tax, exemption from payment
Any honorably discharged Confederate veteran, or his wife or widow, may engage in business other than dealing in liquor, tobacco, deadly weapons, and gambling devices, without paying a license tax.
This Section applies only if the business is operated exclusively for the support of the veteran or his family and if the veteran, or his wife or widow, does not own taxable property in his own name in excess of two thousand dollars.
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