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Supporters Turn to Legislators for Change

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By Tammy Moore Teague
Supporters, veterans and  elected officials are joining the group Veterans Walk in Solidarity as they push to gain legislation to protect elderly veterans from injustice.
The Veterans March is slated to take place in Little Rock this August. It is an event to gain the attention of law makers. Most recently, the Veterans Walk in Solidarity held a march in downtown Waldron. This time they are taking their cause to the state level.  “We have been working on several levels for our strategy to support Fred Potter,” said organizer Thomas Hudson. “We are working on the next level and planning a huge event in Little Rock during the first week in August. This event will be much larger and broader in scope.”
Hudson invites anyone who is interested in protecting senior veteran’s rights to get involved and volunteer. If you are interested in learning more about the upcoming event or ways you can help please contact Sue Davis .

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