CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 05, 2011
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(Studio: Elaine Quijano) An announcement that the White House is changing the rules on military families receiving condolence letters when service members die examined. [Father of Chance Keesling, Gregg KEESLING- reacts to the policy change; states his son was a good soldier who fought for his country and this is about justice for him.] How Chance shot himself on his second tour in Iraq in 2009 and the policy of condolence letters only for death in battle or accident recalled.
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