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Innovative NC Program to Improve Veterans' Interactions With Cops Could Go National

Sgt. Michael Verardo is recognized with a round of applause by his wife Sarah Verardo and North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper as he is honored by North Carolina Lawmakers during a North Carolina Wounded Heroes Day Celebration on the Bicentennial Mall on Wednesday, April 21, 2021 in Raleigh, N.C. (Robert Willett/The News & Observer via AP)

By    |   Friday, 23 April 2021 07:39 AM

First responders across nine North Carolina counties may soon begin conversations with one simple question: Have you served?

The "No Veteran Left Behind Act" sailed through the North Carolina House of Representatives with unanimous support on Wednesday and will now be considered by the state Senate. If signed into law, several law enforcement agencies and first responders across the state will receive additional education and training in how to handle a mental health emergency with a veteran.

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First responders across nine North Carolina counties may soon begin conversations with one simple question: Have you served? The "No Veteran Left Behind Act" sailed through the North Carolina House of Representatives with unanimous support...
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