A national band of brothers and sisters

Budowsky, Brent
June 2007
Hill;6/7/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 67, p26
The article reports on the legislative bill, Soldier Bond, that should be proposed by U.S. Democrats, passed by U.S. Congress and signed by the president in the U.S. The Soldier Bond would raise $500 billion over 20 years for programs that serve troops, veterans and their families. It would be designed after the war bond of the 1940s and structured like the Savings Bond.


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