CBO: Better GI Bill would cut retention 16%Quicklink submitted by Sheila Samples Permalink
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|A new congressional report supports the Pentagons claims that vastly improved GI Bill benefits would hurt retention. The Congressional Budget Office, the nonpartisan analytical arm of Congress, said in a report Thursday that enactment of S 22, a bill promising to pay full tuition plus a stipend for veterans attending college, could lead to a 16 percent drop in re-enlistments.|
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