Military families worried about money, suicide not end of 'Don't Ask' policy
from 89.3 KPCC
A survey of American military families has found that economic issues are by far their greatest concern. Nearly two-thirds of military families responding to the survey by the military spouse-led private group Blue Star said pay and retirement benefits are their primary concern. Vivian Greentree, who directs the annual survey for Blue Star Families, says that the number of food stamps used at military commissaries has tripled in the last four years.
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