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Governor Kelly to sign bill aimed at preventing National Guard suicide

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) - A bill aimed at curbing suicide in the Kansas National Guard will become law soon. 

On Wednesday Governor Laura Kelly plans to sign a new bill. The bill allows Kansas National Guard members to get confidential peer counseling.

It's designed to help guard members manage stress.

Governor Kelly will also sign a bill that makes changes to the National Guard Education Assistance Program. It changes the requirements for a member to get help with tuition. 


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