A bill designed to halt pay to soldiers charged in violent crimes is bound to resonate with many people in the Fort Hood community.
Authored by a pair of Republican congressmen from Arkansas and West Virginia, the legislation — called the Stop Pay for Violent Offenders Act — is a direct response to the Maj. Nidal Hasan case.
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