Senator Amy Klobuchar is in Moorhead to discuss legislation aimed at helping wrongly discharged veterans receive their entitled benefits.
Stanford University says 31,000 veterans may have been improperly discharged for personality and adjustment disorders.
Those soldiers have then been denied the right to veteran's administration health care and benefits.
Klobuchar introduced the Service Members Mental Health Review Act to help correct errors and prevent future misdiagnoses.
Klobuchar says, "I figure our job is to stand up for you. Promises were made when you decided to serve us and we should make a promise to serve you when you return and this is what this really is about today."
Klobuchar says some of the veterans denied benefits are suffering from post traumatic stress disorder which is common among those who served in Iraq and Afghanistan.