On the Sixth Anniversary of the US Invasion of Iraq

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After six years of deadly violence and the expenditure of tens of billions of dollars, the war in Iraq appears to be winding down. But, on this sixth anniversary of the invasion, what about the Americans who've made the biggest sacrifices of all, the military veterans and their families? The Pentagon has revised one it its most controversial policies, that of "stop-loss," under which soldiers who believe they are going to leave the military must continue to serve.  Jon Soltz is chairman of VoteVets.org, a leading progressive group of military veterans.

Credits

Guest:
Jon Soltz - Co-founder and Chairman, VoteVets.org

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Christian Bordal, Karen Radziner