(1) Upon written application, a combination fishing license shall be issued at the reduced rate of five dollars and all hunting licenses shall be issued at the reduced rate of a youth hunting license fee for the following individuals:
(a) A resident sixty-five years old or older who is an honorably discharged veteran of the United States armed forces having a service-connected disability;
(b) A resident who is an honorably discharged veteran of the United States armed forces with a thirty percent or more service-connected disability;
(c) A resident with a disability who permanently uses a wheelchair;
(d) A resident who is blind or visually impaired; and
(e) A resident with a developmental disability as defined in RCW 71A.10.020
with documentation of the disability certified by a physician licensed to practice in this state.
(2) Upon department verification of eligibility, a nonstate resident veteran with a disability who otherwise satisfies the criteria of subsection (1)(a) and (b) of this section must be issued a combination fishing license or any hunting license at the same cost charged to a nondisabled Washington resident for the same license.
(3) Upon written application and department verification, the following recreational hunting licenses must be issued at no cost to a resident member of the state guard or national guard, as defined in RCW 38.04.010
, as long as the state guard or national guard member is: An active full-time state guard or national guard employee; or a state guard or national guard member whose status requires the state guard or national guard member to participate in drill training on a part-time basis:
(a) A small game hunting license under RCW 77.32.460
(b) A supplemental migratory bird permit under RCW 77.32.350
(c) A big game hunting license under RCW 77.32.450
(1) and (2).
Effective date—2013 c 101:
"This act takes effect February 1, 2014." [ 2013 c 101 § 2.
Effective date—1998 c 191:
See note following RCW 77.32.400