Law & Regulation - Diverse Military

U of SC President Criticized for Military Past Credits Post-9/11 Veteran Candidates with Helping Bri

by Jenni Fink | September 13, 2019
University of South Carolina President Bob Caslen linked criticism of his significant military [...] Read more

Training Proposed to Better Serve Veteran Students

by Katie Lannan | September 13, 2019
BOSTON — There are more than 3,600 veterans attending public higher education institution [...] Read more

Montgomery and Dependent GI Bill Payments Are About to Increase

by Jim Absher | September 13, 2019
If you are one of the few remaining veterans who isn’t using the Post-9/11 GI Bill, you&# [...] Read more

Ex-Cadet Sues Valley Forge Military Academy, Alleging Abuse

by Natalie Hope McDonald | August 09, 2019
A former cadet at the Valley Forge Military Academy and College is suing the Wayne-based boardi [...] Read more

Lawmaker: Close GI Bill ‘Loophole’ That Benefits For-Profit Colleges

by Patricia Kime | June 23, 2019
On the 75th anniversary of the GI Bill, freshman U.S. Rep. Donna Shalala, D-Florida, is taking [...] Read more

As GI Bill Marks 75th Anniversary, Some Call for Expansion

by Richard Sisk | June 23, 2019
In marking the 75th anniversary of the original GI Bill, a top Department of Veterans Affairs [...] Read more

Judge Allows Racist FB Page as Evidence in Fatal Stabbing of US Soldier

by Michael Kunzelman | June 09, 2019
UPPER MARLBORO, Md. — Prosecutors can present evidence that a White man charged with fatally [...] Read more

Legal Experts Say Trump’s Latest Freewheeling Interview Could Undermine His Transgender Military Ban Case

by Asher Stockler | June 09, 2019
President Donald Trump’s unscripted musings about the transgender military ban in an inte [...] Read more
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