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Military / Homeless Veterans #1001301

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jun 30, 2011
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Lee Cowan) A class action lawsuit charging that the V.A. in Los Angeles has misappropriated land that could be used for homeless military veterans featured; details given about how the land has been leased for profit. [Veteran Elroy LYMONS†- says you owe me something.] [Salvation Army Janice TSAO†- states the shelter is full.] [ACLU Mark ROSENBAUM†- says this campus houses more rent-a-cars than disabled veterans.] [Mental health clinician John BERADINO†- says more money is being invested into the financing of the wars than the financing of the wounds.] [Department of Veterans Affairs Robert PETZEL†- says we have seen a commitment that hasn’t existed previously.]

Williams, Brian;
Cowan, Lee

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