New Program to Help Vets Returning After Combat
Updated: Monday, April 8 2013, 10:29 AM EDT
COLUMBUS -- A law student has announced she is giving $250,000 to create a project in her husband's memory.
The Captain Jonathan D Grassbaugh Veterans Project was official announced at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law Friday afternoon.
It was founded by Captain Jenna C Grassbaugh, who is a student at the College of Law and also Jonathan's husband.
She got the $250,000 from insurance money she received following her husband being killed in action in Iraq.
This program will provide free legal services to military veterans.
Students will help the nation's heroes face down challenges with foreclosure, debt issues, as well as other issues they may face.
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