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Women veterans working to get overdue resources, benefits

Some women veterans still struggle to see themselves as veterans, even though they raised their right hands and swore to serve their country, even if it meant sacrificing their families. The Roseville-based Women Veterans Alliance seeks to break down barriers and misconceptions, and help women get the same veterans benefits men are entitled to.

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See what The Bee found when it visited Camp Roberts in 2011

Maj. Joseph Lovelace called public attention to severely dilapidated conditions at Camp Roberts, an Army post near Paso Robles, where sewage bubbled up from showers, old buildings decayed and materials bought for repairs were left out in the open until they, too, deteriorated. He now believes he was punished by the California National Guard for talking to The Sacramento Bee for stories published in 2011.
Nathaniel Levine nlevine@sacbee.com
See what The Bee found when it visited Camp Roberts in 2011 1:16

See what The Bee found when it visited Camp Roberts in 2011

South Land Park residents mourn four killed 1:06

South Land Park residents mourn four killed

City Councilman Jay Schenirer: 'We need to support one another' 0:36

City Councilman Jay Schenirer: 'We need to support one another'

Residents, city officials gather to mourn victims 0:15

Residents, city officials gather to mourn victims