New Voice for Disabled American Veterans

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Nearly one point three million disabled American veterans have a new national voice.  Delphine Metcalf-Foster joined us live from The 96th National Convention in New Orleans. She is the first female veteran, as well as African American woman to assume the organization's highest post.

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