Dayton unveils plan to fight veteran unemployment

Gov. Mark Dayton wants to expand the state's GI Bill to include older veterans. The plan looks to spark job skill training and reduce the high rate of veteran unemployment.
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Gov. Mark Dayton wants to expand the state's GI Bill to include older veterans. The plan looks to spark job skill training and reduce the high rate of veteran unemployment.

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