You Wont Believe This New Proposal For G.I. Bill

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You Wont Believe This New Proposal For G.I. Bill

A congressional proposal to make service members buy into their Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits surprised veterans groups on Tuesday, with advocates divided over whether it amounts to a long-term fix for the benefit or an unfair bill for veterans.

The proposal in Congress would impose a new $2,400 fee on troops who want to sign up to get the GI Bill after discharge.

The plan — draft legislation from House Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman Phil Roe, R-Tenn. — would deduct $2,400 from future service members’ paychecks to establish eligibility for revamped post-military education benefits. This was first reported Tuesday by Task & Purpose.

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