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(Sacramento) – Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D-Oakley) wrote Assembly Bill 935 to improve the lives of California’s veterans. Beginning on Veterans Day of 2015, AB 935 will allow a veteran to apply for a California driver’s license or ID card with a designation that clearly identifies the individual as a veteran. “California is home to the nation’s largest veteran population, nearly two million, yet almost one million have not been identified,” said Assemblymember Frazier. “Not only will AB 935 honor our state’s veterans, it will also play a critical role in improving access to resources, benefits and services for individuals who have served our country.” It’s estimated that AB 935 has the potential to bring California veterans over $750 million in direct federal benefits annually. Learn more in this Assembly Web Report.