Mississippi enacts law to recognize military training, provide for award of temporary licenses to military spouses

22 Mar 2013 10:09 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant has signed Senate Bill 2419 into law, which ensures members of the military receive credit for training undertaken when serving, and provides for the award of a temporary license to military spouses, when they are licensed in another state, which has substantially equivalent licensing requirements. Speaking at the signing ceremony, Governor Bryant said "This measure will help ensure our uniformed men and women can apply their valuable training to new jobs after completing their military service, and it will allow us to support military families by helping spouses of transferred active duty personnel quickly obtain the work licenses they need.”

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