2009 Florida Statutes
LAWS RELATING TO VETERANS: GENERAL PROVISIONS
Children of deceased or disabled veterans; spouses of deceased or disabled servicemembers; education.
Children of prisoners of war and persons missing in action; education.
Children of servicemembers who died or became disabled in Operation Eagle Claw.
Children of servicemembers who died or became disabled in the Lebanon and Grenada military arenas; educational opportunity.
Children of servicemembers who died in Newfoundland air tragedy; educational opportunity.
Children of deceased or disabled military personnel who die or become disabled in Operation Enduring Freedom or Operation Iraqi Freedom; educational opportunity.
Children of servicemembers who died in U.S.S. Stark attack.
Children of deceased or disabled military personnel who died or became disabled in the Mideast Persian Gulf military arena during hostilities with Iraq or in the military action in Panama known as Operation Just Cause.
Use of funds; age, etc.
Preference in appointment and retention.
Positions for which a numerically based selection process is used.
Positions for which a numerically based selection process is not used.
Reinstatement or reemployment; promotion preference.
Investigation; administrative hearing for not employing preferred applicant.
Deserters and others; inapplicability of chapter.
State approving agency for veterans' education and training.
Preference for admission to career training.
Disability of minority of veterans and spouse removed, benefits under Servicemen's Readjustment Act.
Military retirement based on longevity.
Disabled veterans exempt from certain license or permit fee.
Removal of certain forms from official records.
Florida Service-Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Opportunity Act.