JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- New legislation in Missouri makes it possible for veterans to
share their status on their driver's license.
Senate Bill 470 went into effect this week, allowing
veterans to obtain
a designation of service on the back of their Missouri Driver's
License or state ID card.
Veterans can go to any Missouri license office and provide a copy
of the DD-214 showing a discharge status -- "Honorable,"
"General," "Under Honorable Conditions," or "General
under Honorable Conditions" -- and pay the fees for the license or card.
The Missouri Veterans Commission can
help veterans obtain a copy of their DD-214.
Call 1-866-VET-INFO to speak to a representative or contact
the agency online.