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A few years ago, Beatriz Madriz enlisted in the Marine Corps. Then, just before heading to boot camp, a recruiter told her that she had to divorce her husband if she still wanted to join the Marines—because he was an illegal immigrant.
"They told me they would even pay for the divorce," said the 22-year-old Portland, Ore., resident. "I wasn't going to do that."
The very people casting the votes and doing the most thinking and talking about the virtues and vices of the Affordable Care Act face a personal decision with a looming deadline: What to do for their own health care next year.
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A few years ago, Beatriz Madriz enlisted in the Marine Corps.
The very people casting the votes and doing the most thinking and talking about the virtues and vices of the Affordable Care Act face a personal decision with a looming deadl
Coffman to Oppose Weakening Sanctions
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) U.S.
(Washington, D.C.) Yesterday, U.S Representatives Mike Coffman (R-CO) and Luis Gutiérrez (D-IL), along with 31 Members of the House, sent a letter to the Secretary of the Navy, the Acting Secretary of the Air Force, and the Secretary of the Army, expressing strong concerns with possible U.S.
(Washington, D.C.) Today, U.S. Representative Mike Coffman (R-CO) issued the below statement in response to reports indicating that the President’s FY15 Department of Defense budget will include drastic cuts to the housing, education health benefits to military personnel:
Thanksgiving is a day when we focus less on what we lack, and more on what we have. Each and every one of us, as Americans – whether rich or poor – has at least one thing about which to be truly g
I did not serve in the Vietnam War—the last U.S ground troops were departing South Vietnam in August 1972 just as I was completing Army basic training. I finished my two-year enlistment in 1974 an