Thursday, January 6, 2011
Court rules Soledad cross is unconstitutional sign of government favoring religion
Appeals court rules against Soledad cross
A federal appeals court ruled the memorial on public land in San Diego is an unconstitutional sign of government favoring religion.
Legion launches women veterans survey
Only 25 percent of female veterans use the VA health-care system. The American Legion wants to know why.
Take the survey
Emerge from the red in 2011
Membership on the agenda for M&PA meeting in Indianapolis
Small-business workshop set for Jan. 18
Federal surplus items available to Legion
Millions in unclaimed funds for veterans
Legion: Reverse stand on TBI treatment
Legion hosting small-business forum Jan. 11
Opening your doors to the military
2010 Boys Nation yearbook available
Job-seeking veterans go green
Tribe tries to end confiscation of sacred tobacco
Legion makes difference with claims appeals
Is the Constitution a "Sacred Text" for a secular government?
On Dec. 18, the Robinson-Beeching Post 508 was packed with local children and their parents eagerly awaiting the arrival of Santa Claus.
Two members of a NY Sons squadron discover a little media outreach can land some big on-air interviews.
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