Alicia Lara

United Way of Greater Los Angeles

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Vice president of Community Investment at United Way of Greater Los Angeles

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About 36,000 veterans who've served since the attacks of September 11 now live in Los Angeles County, and some 24,000 more are expected before the US withdraws from Afghanistan.

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About 36,000 veterans who've served since the attacks of September 11 now live in Los Angeles County, and some 24,000 more are expected before the US withdraws from Afghanistan.

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