Soldiers Sue U.S. Army over 'Stop-Loss' Policy Eight soldiers now serving in Iraq and Kuwait have spearheaded a lawsuit challenging the U.S. Army's so-called "stop-loss" policy aimed at retaining troop strength. NPR's Tavis Smiley discusses both sides of the issue with Jeffrey Fogel, legal director of the Center for Constitutional Rights, and U.S. Army spokesperson Lt. Col. Pamela Hart.
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Soldiers Sue U.S. Army over 'Stop-Loss' Policy

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Soldiers Sue U.S. Army over 'Stop-Loss' Policy

Soldiers Sue U.S. Army over 'Stop-Loss' Policy

Soldiers Sue U.S. Army over 'Stop-Loss' Policy

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Eight soldiers now serving in Iraq and Kuwait have spearheaded a lawsuit challenging the U.S. Army's so-called "stop-loss" policy aimed at retaining troop strength. NPR's Tavis Smiley discusses both sides of the issue with Jeffrey Fogel, legal director of the Center for Constitutional Rights, and U.S. Army spokesperson Lt. Col. Pamela Hart.