2013 Maryland Code
§ 12-302 - Notation of veteran status on driver's licenses or identification cards
(a) The Administration shall ensure that the driver’s license or identification card of an applicant who presents a certification of veteran status obtained from the Department of Veterans Affairs in accordance with § 9-905 of the State Government Article, a DD Form 214, or other documentation acceptable to the Administration certifying veteran status, includes a notation indicating that the applicant is a veteran.
(b) (1) An application for a driver’s license or an identification card shall allow an applicant to indicate that the applicant is a veteran and consents to being contacted by appropriate Executive Branch agencies regarding the applicant’s eligibility for State or federal veterans’ benefits.
(2) In accordance with § 10-616 of the State Government Article and any other applicable law, and on request by an Executive Branch agency, the Administration shall electronically transmit to the Executive Branch agency appropriate information about each applicant who consents in accordance with paragraph (1) of this subsection.
(c) The Administration may adopt regulations to carry out the provisions of this section.
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