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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Howard B. Bromberg
"We want to explore it, and see if we can help out those who need help and may be of the type of person who wants to come back and serve," he said. "It will be open to everybody, but certainly, the example of a female soldier or couple that have a child and want to have time at home - that's the goal as well."
He said a woman who decides to have a family would be able to stay home with the child or someone else might need time to take care of an ailing parent.