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Rep. Chu: Everyone Is Ignoring Military Hazing

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Military hazing is both a political and personal matter for U.S. Rep. Judy Chu. Her nephew killed himself last year, reportedly after being hazed by fellow Marines. She talks with host Michel Martin about her efforts to strengthen laws against hazing in the armed forces. Advisory: This conversation may not be comfortable for all listeners.
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