HOUSE GOP VETERANS ISSUE LETTER TO GOVERNOR
COLUMBUS—Members of the House Republican caucus who have served in the military today issued a letter to Governor Strickland regarding their deep concern of the preventable loss of more than $525,000 of federal funding to the Disabled Veterans Outreach Program.
In the letter, the members outlined their concern with the loss of such funding after numerous warnings had been issued. Also, they noted that the case has become public only three short months after a ceremonial signing of the Junior ROTC program.
“How do you plan to replace these lost funds so our veterans can have the opportunities to find employment that they rightly deserve? What steps are you planning to take so that you can look our soldiers, marines, airmen, and sailors in the eyes and ensure them that you haven’t forgotten them?” the members wrote.
Here is the letter...
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