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    Michigan National Guard soldiers served bad food while guarding U.S. Capitol

    Washington — Soldiers with the Michigan National Guard are complaining about bad food they’ve been served while providing security at the U.S. Capitol, ranging from undercooked meat to contaminated food. The complaints reached members of the Michigan congressional delegation and Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, whose office said she called Acting Secretary of the Army John E. Whitley about the problem on Feb. 17 — nearly two weeks ago — as soon as the first reports of the food were received. The governor was assured the problem would be corrected, and guard officials last week told lawmakers the issue had been resolved.  

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