Jason and his younger brother Nathan decided to join the army after their brother Jared was killed in Iraq. Last year Nathan died when his helicopter crashed in Kirkuk. On Capitol Hill, Hubbard stood next to Valley congressmen Devin Nunes and Jim Costa as they promoted the new bill. Hubbard is fighting to change the 60 year old "Sole Survivor" law so those honorably discharged as sole survivors will continue to get medical and mental health benefits and have access to the G.I. bill, which provides veterans with education benefits and guaranteed home loans. He said, "It's important to me that those that face this type of situation in the future have some type of coverage and ease and transition back into civilian life."
The secretary of the Army personally restored Jason's wife's health benefits, she was pregnant at the time and repaid his signing bonus. But Hubbard wasn't able to get his medical benefits or his G.I. bill restored. With nearly 250 members of Congress already supporting it, the bill is expected to pass quickly.