Due to the Commemorative Works Act of 1997, Congress cannot authorize a war memorial until 10 years after the war has ended, according to Lucy Kempy, urban planner with the National Capital Planning Commission. This rule is causing problems for Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America who would like to erect a memorial in Washington D.C. for serviceman who have lost their loves in the War on Terror.
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