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Retired National Guard Captain Louis Tortorella(left) spoke with Sergeant Wayne Gutierrez at a press conference yesterday.

Soldiers sue for reimbursement

Guardsmen seek pay for post-9/11 duty

By Kathleen Burge
Globe Staff / January 12, 2006

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Four Massachusetts National Guard soldiers, called to active duty after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, filed a federal lawsuit yesterday, arguing they were forced to pay for their own lodging, meals, and commuting expenses while they were protecting the state from terrorism. (Full article: 924 words)

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