The review of cases of California National Guard soldiers receiving illegal enlistment bonuses, and notifications to soldiers on whether their repayments have been waived, are slated to be completed by July 1. The Senate and Assembly veterans affairs committees will hold a joint hearing, 10:30 a.m. Monday in Room 437 of the Capitol, to review the status of that ongoing initiative.
The review of cases of California National Guard soldiers receiving illegal enlistment bonuses, and notifications to soldiers on whether their repayments have been waived, are slated to be completed by July 1. The Senate and Assembly veterans affairs committees will hold a joint hearing, 10:30 a.m. Monday in Room 437 of the Capitol, to review the status of that ongoing initiative. Paul Sakuma Associated Press file
The review of cases of California National Guard soldiers receiving illegal enlistment bonuses, and notifications to soldiers on whether their repayments have been waived, are slated to be completed by July 1. The Senate and Assembly veterans affairs committees will hold a joint hearing, 10:30 a.m. Monday in Room 437 of the Capitol, to review the status of that ongoing initiative. Paul Sakuma Associated Press file