Veterans advocate Jim Doyle is calling for Universal Service in which all able-bodied 18-year-olds perform two years of military or other public service and receive college credits for their work.
Veterans advocate Jim Doyle is calling for Universal Service in which all able-bodied 18-year-olds perform two years of military or other public service and receive college credits for their work. brian vawter Fresno Bee File Photo
Veterans advocate Jim Doyle is calling for Universal Service in which all able-bodied 18-year-olds perform two years of military or other public service and receive college credits for their work. brian vawter Fresno Bee File Photo

Jim Doyle: Universal service would strengthen USA

May 24, 2015 07:00 AM