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Tester Honors Veterans In Three Forks

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On Monday, Senator Jon Tester attended the Three Forks Veterans Day Program.

Tester spoke at the event saying "We would be living a completely different life if it's wasn't for our veterans."

Tester serves on the veterans affairs committee. He said this country has obligations to live up to when it comes to taking care of our veterans.

"I think freedom. There are sacrifices that have to be made and they don't have to be made by everybody and some will make greater sacrifices than others," said Tester.

For the past several years, Tester has honored many veterans who never received their purple hearts.

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