The ride sharing companies Uber and Lyft have jumped on the patriotic bandwagon this week with an announcement that they will offer free rides to homeless veterans trying to get to work opportunities. It could be part marketing ploy — customers feel better supporting an organization that supports a good cause — but it also answers a call from the White House for private companies to step up to support military families. For more details, see this Military.com article.
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The list is included in a 61-page report to Congress delivered Wednesday.