Supporting the Camp Lejeune Justice Act
MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. – Cpl. Jonathan M. Fisher, vehicle operator, Motor Transport Company, II Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group, II MEF, works to free a humvee stuck in mud Aug. 30. (Photo by: Pfc. Christopher D. Lyttle)

Supporting the Camp Lejeune Justice Act

Between 1952 and 1987, thousands of Marines and their family members, as well as civilian workers and other personnel, were exposed to harmful chemicals from government-provided tap-water where they lived…

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Amend the 85/15 Rule

The 85/15 Rule - a requirement that education programs enroll at least 15% non-Veterans to ensure schools are not cheating Veterans Affairs (VA) - has indirectly hurt many Veterans pursuing…

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