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Watchdog: Lejeune Marine lost daughter but still fights bureaucrats, politicians

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Part three of a three-part series There is nothing the Department of Veterans Affairs can do to help Jerry Ensminger, a retired Marine master sergeant who spent 11 years exposed to contaminated water at Camp Lejeune. Anything he needed from the agency ended in September 1985, when his nine-year-old daughter Janey died of leukemia. But Ensminger is not willing to give up the fight. Last year he...

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