Indiana ranked third worst in the country in a 2016 WalletHub study of best and worst places for military retirees.
Veterans groups say they're worried about how the Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs might use its newly allocated funds.
Lisa Wilken with Indiana AMVETS says of the 48 bills that were floated with vets in mind, fewer than a dozen have seen the light of day.
A shorted wire caused the damaging fire at AMVETS Post 2000 which may lead to two new buildings for the organization.
A fire at the Bloomington AMVETS Post 2000 was reported at approximately 3:25 p.m. Tuesday.
Admission will be $8 per car and $2 for walk-ins. The 30-minute show will start at dusk on July 4th.
There is still time for sponsors to step up. Bowman says they has until January 31st to schedule and book the show.
Volunteers will meet at Am Vets building on Airport Road at noon to clean up after the tornado.