Arthur Casares, a homeless Desert Storm Army veteran admires his new pair of jeans during the Central Valley Veterans Stand Down in 2009 at VFW Post 8900 in Fresno. Only half of California’s 58 counties offer veterans’ treatment courts, which help struggling veterans fully rejoin society. AB 1672 would study the effectiveness of veterans’ court and open the door to their expansion.
Arthur Casares, a homeless Desert Storm Army veteran admires his new pair of jeans during the Central Valley Veterans Stand Down in 2009 at VFW Post 8900 in Fresno. Only half of California’s 58 counties offer veterans’ treatment courts, which help struggling veterans fully rejoin society. AB 1672 would study the effectiveness of veterans’ court and open the door to their expansion. John Walker Fresno Bee file
Arthur Casares, a homeless Desert Storm Army veteran admires his new pair of jeans during the Central Valley Veterans Stand Down in 2009 at VFW Post 8900 in Fresno. Only half of California’s 58 counties offer veterans’ treatment courts, which help struggling veterans fully rejoin society. AB 1672 would study the effectiveness of veterans’ court and open the door to their expansion. John Walker Fresno Bee file

Expand Fresno’s veterans’ courts to all of California

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