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With nearly one out of every ten North Carolinian in the armed forces, with casualty lists in all categories mounting and with the prospect of partial or even general demobilization, it is not surprising that the 1945 legislature considered and enacted a substantial quantity of legislation affecting veterans and their dependents.
Passed with a unanimous vote, Congress has established the G.I. Bill of Rights. The bill provides veterans with provisions in terms of allowances for themselves and their dependents, disability pensions, and other benefits.