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Marriage licenses are issued by the state. In most cases the state has directed the county handle the registration.
Basically, it's an identification number issued to you by the state.
Veterinary licenses are issued by each State in the US for practice within their borders.
Marriage licenses are usually issued at the county level.
Yes, only same-sex couples were issued civil union licenses in New Hampshire during the time when the state issued such licenses.
Most states check on previous licenses when a new license is applied for. If a license is suspended in another state, it is unlikely a new license will be issued in another.
No, liquor licenses are only valid in the state that issued them.
Depends on the State, but most States, it is issued and controlled by the Secretary of State, or Department of Motor Vehicles.
Yes, only same-sex couples were issued civil union licenses in Connecticut during the time when the state issued such licenses.