First lady Michelle Obama announced a new commitment to end veteran homelessness. Part of the Joining Forces Initiative, the… read more
First lady Michelle Obama announced a new commitment to end veteran homelessness. Part of the Joining Forces Initiative, the commitment includes 77 mayors, four governors, and four county officials to end veteran homelessness by 2015. The first lady was introduced by Chris Fuentes, a war veteran who lived in her car briefly after returning from Iraq. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan and acting Veterans Affairs Secretary Sloan Gibson also spoke at the event. close
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- Gibson, Sloan D. IV Acting Secretary Department of Veterans Affairs
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