Guv overhauls veteran services, military outreach
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He said an expanded role of overseeing military and veterans affairs "is the right thing to do," and could help all involved.
Tage Flint, president of the Utah Defense Alliance, a community group that works on behalf of military installations, also hailed the restructuring.
"We are encouraged by it. Having someone with whom we can work throughout the year with the Governor’s Office is a great idea. In particular, Mr. Harter is excellent."
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