** FILE ** In this Nov. 8, 2007 file photo, wounded soldiers involved in physical therapy wait for President Bush to visit a physical therapy lab for wounded soldiers at the Center For The Intrepid at the Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio. Lines of U.S. troops are limping away from the military with damaged bodies and minds, a surging increase in disabled veterans that will cost the nation billions for decades to come _ even as the total of America's vets from all wars has begun to shrink. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert, File)
Amendment #2 on Florida’s 2012 ballot deals with veterans.
If passed, it would allow all combat-disabled veterans in the Sunshine State to have access to discounts on their property tax.
In 2010, a law was put in place that gave discounts to veterans if they lived in Florida previous to their service.
This amendment would give the benefits to all combat-disabled veterans, regardless of where they lived previously.