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Congress Is Quietly Trying to Pass A ‘GI Bill 3.0’ By Memorial Day

April 19, 2017

From the Task and Purpose website

In the past few weeks, congressional staffers and advocates from some of the largest veterans service organizations have quietly begun work on “GI Bill 3.0,” a major revamp of service members’ educational benefits, with $3 billion in new spending planned over the next decade.

But some veterans advocates say the plan would amount to a new tax on the lowest-paid service members, and they’re concerned that Congress is more interested in a photo op than in good policy.

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