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Man who didn't register for draft sues IRS over firing

By Anna Badkhen
Globe Staff / January 5, 2008

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When he turned 18, Michael B. Elgin Jr. was a homeless father of a toddler, trying to get himself through high school while living with friends, relatives and, sometimes, in his car. Elgin did not know at the time, his lawyer says, but by failing to register for selective military service within 30 days of his 18th birthday, he broke ... (Full article: 920 words)

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