Aaron Glantz

Center for Investigative Reporting

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Reporter at the Center for Investigative Reporting, based in Berkeley, California and author of The War Comes Home: Washington's Battle against America's Veterans

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When the GI Bill was reauthorized in 2008, the idea was to ensure a middle-class lifestyle for troops coming home from Iraq and Afghanistan.

GI Bill Treasure Chest

When the GI Bill was reauthorized in 2008, the idea was to ensure a middle-class lifestyle for troops coming home from Iraq and Afghanistan.

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The  Veterans Administration  runs America's largest healthcare system, with hospitals and clinics serving eight million people.

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The Veterans Administration runs America's largest healthcare system, with hospitals and clinics serving eight million people.

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The war in Iraq is a local story in Southern California. Octavio Sanchez was a Marine staff sergeant deployed to Iraq from Camp Pendleton.

The War in Iraq and the Role of Southern California

The war in Iraq is a local story in Southern California. Octavio Sanchez was a Marine staff sergeant deployed to Iraq from Camp Pendleton.

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