Congress Salutes Toby Keith

The government has officially honored Toby for his support of U.S. troops.

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The U.S. House of Representatives has passed a measure paying tribute to Toby Keith for his history of performing for U.S. troops worldwide with the United Service Organizations (USO). The bill, introduced in June by Rep. Tom Cole of Toby’s native Oklahoma, declares that the singer “has acted as a valuable liaison between forward deployed troops, the USO and the American public.”

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