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Discussion in 'Georgia In the News' started by mountainpass, Nov 18, 2016.
That is crazy
How about a $1 lifetime fee at age 65 instead?
The King's deer
The king needs to keep his deer on a leash or pay for the damage to people's cars.
I meant it in a different way
As in the governments deer?
I've asked that before and the answer was that a $1 license would not be considered a "paid" license per the fed rules and it has to be higher in order to qualify for the additional Pittman-Robertson funds. The simple solution is to offer the low cost senior lifetime license a few years earlier so that it would be purchased with money that would have been spent on a few years of additional annual licenses anyway.
Let's say this passes...would there be a period where I'd be able to buy a lifetime license at the old price before the new one takes effect, or should I jump on it now?
I bet it passes and would most likely become law on July 1.
So I'd have until July to purchase one at $500 before it goes to $750? Sorry for the dumb question, i just want to be sure.
Well I may be wrong on it passing and the date it could become law. If it's something you want I would go ahead and try to get one before the legislature ends. Or at least watch the bill to see if it passes.