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WASHINGTON — Presenting a new home to a returning veteran, policy discussions and parties.

Those are among the items on the agenda for CUNA at this week’s Democratic National Convention in Denver.

CUNA, CUNA Mutual Group, the Corporate Credit Union Network and the Credit Union Association of Colorado, working with Homes for Our Troops and other organizations, built a new home for Sgt. Travis Strong, who lost both legs while fighting in Iraq in 2006. Keys to the new home, located in the Denver suburb of Golden, will be given to Strong during the convention, though the date had not been finalized as of press time.

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