Calif. home-loan program for vets could do more, advocates say

05/14/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A home-loan program for veterans that was created in California after World War I has become almost completely idle, despite the fact that $1.4 billion has been approved for the fund since 2000. Advocates argue that the program should be expanded so the funds can be used for services such as job training and mental health counseling.

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