75th anniversary of GI Bill

The GI bill turns 75 years old on June 22. It has helped countless veterans improve their lives by getting an education. Former Arizona governor and U.S. Senator Ernest McFarland is considered a “Father of the GI Bill.” Arizona official historian Marshall Trimble will discuss McFarland’s role in creating the legislation. ​

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