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DENVER — Joining with the Colorado and Minnesota leagues, CUNA last week announced a high- profile “support the troops” project to help build two $150,000 homes for wounded Iraqi war vets in a linkup with the Republican and Democratic National Conventions this summer.

The humanitarian venture, detailed in press briefings here and in St. Paul, was coordinated by a Taunton, Mass. group aiding war veterans with the help of the Republican and Democratic National Committees. It is also expected to draw interested volunteers from a broad cross section of labor and business as well as well as credit unions.

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