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      RS 47:490.3     


§490.3. Military honor license plates for members of the Louisiana National Guard

            A. The secretary of the Department of Public Safety and Corrections shall establish military honor license plates for passenger cars, pickup trucks, vans, motorcycles, recreational vehicles, and motor homes that may be issued to any active member of the Louisiana National Guard or any member who has been honorably discharged from the Louisiana National Guard upon such member's application. The license plate shall bear either the official emblem of the guard or the letters "LANG" followed by such numbers as the secretary finds expedient, and he shall establish such rules and regulations as are necessary.

            B. Oversight review of the secretary's rules and regulations shall be conducted by the Joint Legislative Committee on Transportation, Highways and Public Works.

            C. A one-time fee of twenty-five dollars shall be paid for each plate, which shall be in addition to the regular motor vehicle license fee.

            D. The adjutant general is authorized to recognize not more than one hundred personal staff members, battalion commanders, directors of various facilities, full colonels and above, and others by designating the issue of military honor license plates numbered "1" through "100". The adjutant general is responsible for furnishing the secretary necessary information to effect issue of the plates. The secretary shall issue replacement plates for those military honor license plates so surrendered. Any current or former member in good standing shall continue to have the option to renew his military honor plates annually.

            Acts 2005, No. 365, §1, eff. June 30, 2005; Acts 2010, No. 208, §1; Acts 2021, No. 41, §1.

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