Top 5 Veterans News: April 6th, 2018

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  1. Idaho recognizes veteran suicide awareness month. Meridian, ID – Idaho recognizes April as Veteran Suicide Awareness Month Idaho is the first state to recognize April as Veteran Suicide Awareness Month.
  2. New Michigan Law Loosens Veteran Clubs’ Liquor Restrictions. LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has signed legislation to allow veterans affiliated with a private club or fraternal organization to drink alcohol at more places than just their own group’s club.
  3. Kansas City Veteran And Physician Treats The ‘Moral Injury’ Of War Through Poetry. H.C. Palmer had graduated from medical school but hadn’t yet finished his residency when the Army drafted him in the mid-1960s.
  4. Man arrested for pretending to be veteran, claimed he earned over 20 medals and badges. A Florida man who posed as a U.S. military veteran and claimed to have earned more than 20 medals and badges has been arrested, according to police.
  5. Youth group leader, veteran laid to rest Thursday. Todd Parisi’s funeral was held Thursday morning in St. Marys. As a decorated veteran, motivational speak, and leader of the local youth group Team Spartan, hundreds came to mourn his loss.

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