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 First Lady Michelle Obama watches Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley sign the Veterans Full Employment Act of 2013 during a ceremony at the State House in Annapolis, Md.


First Lady Michelle Obama watches Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley sign the Veterans Full Employment Act of 2013 during a ceremony at the State House in Annapolis, Md. Official White House photo.

State governments nationwide are working to tackle the scourge of veterans unemployment — and that now includes the state of Maryland.

Gov. Martin O’Malley recently signed into law the Veterans Full Employment Act of 2013 with First Lady Michelle Obama at his side. The new state law will help veterans by requiring state licensing authorities to give credit to former service members for relevant military training, education, and experience in connection with the issuance of occupational and professional licenses, certificates, and registrations.

The new law is aimed at helping vets more quickly and easily translate their military skills in everything from truck driving to medicine into qualifications for civilian work.

“We need more hospitals and colleges and employers from every sector to recognize our veterans’ and military spouses’ unique skills and experiences, and give them a fair shot at a job.  We need every single state that has not already acted on these licensing and credentialing issues to follow Maryland’s lead and clear away every unnecessary obstacle facing our veterans and military spouses,” Mrs. Obama said. “And while these bills are a wonderful first step, we can’t rest until we’ve worked with our licensing boards, colleges, and universities to make sure these bills are fully implemented so that our veterans and military spouses get the credentials and the jobs they need.”

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