"'The pharmaceutical company, they changed it so you can't crush them and snort them,' said Devin, a 26-year old. 'Whenever they done that, that's when everybody started shooting them.'"
"'This is not for me,' Joy says. 'I don't want to hurt, but I don't want to be dependent. I don't want something like that to have control of my life, my body. I don't want something to have control over me.'"
"Something is no kidding going to slap you right across the face when you get home within the first 72 hours, and it's going to let you know that life has continued on in your absence."
Cannava was interviewing for a position he heard about at a veterans job fair as a financial adviser, but he's not sure he even wants the job.
"I don't know why I'm going. I guess just to entertain the idea," Cannava said. "I guess that's why I'm not nervous."
Under a nearly 80-year-old federal labor law, employees already can talk about their salaries at work, and employers are generally prohibited from imposing "pay secrecy" policies, whether or not they do business with the federal government.