When ABC's former World News anchor Bob Woodruff was nearly killed last year in Iraq, one of the surgical nurses who helped save his life was Debra Muhl, a colonel in the USAF reserves. ABC returned the favor by taking up Muhl's cause after she was laid off by her civilian employer, Sutter Health in Sacramento, following a second deployment to Iraq. David Muir took A Closer Look at Muhl's lawsuit: the firm's position was that "they were reducing costs and had already decided they were eliminating Muhl's position;" the colonel's reply was to ask "why did she find out only after she told them she was going back to Iraq."
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