Changes to the GI Bill aim to expand benefits to veterans and families

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Seventy seven years ago, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the G.I. Bill. Since then it has been a big benefit to countless veterans, from buying homes, to landing jobs and pursuing an education.

Charmain Bogue is the top education official with the Department of Veterans Affairs and she tells us about some recent significant changes to the G.I. Bill that go even further to help vets and their families.

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