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  • Latest Action: Jul 31, 2008 Read twice and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

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    • End of the year analysis of pro and anti drug legislation ... - December 04, 2008 by The Hive blogs - S. 3379 sought to provide grants to establish veteran’s treatment courts. Supported-Failed, no action was taken by Congress. This bill cannot be carried over to the 111th Congressional session without being re-introduced. ...

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      As noted by The Hive blogs on December 04, 2008, "S. 3379 sought to provide grants to establish veteran’s treatment courts. Supported-Failed, no action was taken by Congress. This bill cannot be carried over to the 111th Congressional session without being re-introduced. ..." (http://thehive.modbee.com/?q=node/11173)
    • VA Watchdog dot Org - VA NEWS FLASH - 11-06-2008 -- VETERANS ... - November 04, 2008 by VA NEWS FLASH -- from Larry Scott of VA... - 4 On July 31, 2008, Senators John Kerry (D/MA), Lisa Murkowski (R/AK), and Richard Durbin (D/IL) introduced legislation (S. 3379) to significantly aid veterans who emerge in the criminal justice system with co-occurring mental health ...

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      As noted by VA NEWS FLASH -- from Larry Scott of VA... on November 04, 2008, "4 On July 31, 2008, Senators John Kerry (D/MA), Lisa Murkowski (R/AK), and Richard Durbin (D/IL) introduced legislation (S. 3379) to significantly aid veterans who emerge in the criminal justice system with co-occurring mental health ..." (http://www.vawatchdog.org/08/nf08/nfnov08/nf110608-4.htm)
    • Lawyers Assisting Veterans in Criminal Justice System - November 03, 2008 by Veterans for Common Sense - 4 On July 31, 2008, Senators John Kerry (D/MA), Lisa Murkowski (R/AK), and Richard Durbin (D/IL) introduced legislation (S. 3379) to significantly aid veterans who emerge in the criminal justice system with co-occurring mental health ...

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      As noted by Veterans for Common Sense on November 03, 2008, "4 On July 31, 2008, Senators John Kerry (D/MA), Lisa Murkowski (R/AK), and Richard Durbin (D/IL) introduced legislation (S. 3379) to significantly aid veterans who emerge in the criminal justice system with co-occurring mental health ..." (http://www.veteransforcommonsense.org/articleid/11575)

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