Special Report

The Most Popular Veterans Benefit in Every State

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Kansas
> Most popular benefit: Hunting and fishing fee discounts

Kansas offers a wide variety of hunting and fishing opportunities, and veterans are entitled to discounts on fees for hunting and fishing licenses.

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Kentucky
> Most popular benefit: Tuition waivers

Kentucky waives tuition at all state colleges and universities for dependents of certain veterans.

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Louisiana
> Most popular benefit: Close working relationship with all 64 parishes

Louisiana has 74 parish service offices across the state that are accessible to all veterans and their families.

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Maine
> Most popular benefit: Maine resident lifetime veteran state park and museum pass

The pass gives veterans free admission to state parks across the state as well as to the Maine State Museum.

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Maryland
> Most popular benefit: Property tax exemption

Veterans who are rated at 100% disabled are fully exempt from property taxes on their primary dwelling.

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