AG: Remember the vets

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The actions and policies of the Idaho attorney general toward disabled vets is despicable. Disabled vets in Idaho are routinely victimized by the state government with the loss of licenses and other essential rights. How can this AG justify denying a disabled veteran the right to seek medical treatment by taking their driver’s license?

The bureaucrats running state government are not the aristocracy. They have no right to make life more difficult on those who already have it rough. It is time you self-important corrupt politicians are removed from office.

C.B. GIORNESTO

Disabled Veteran

Worley

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