Despite a law passed more than a decade ago, federal contractors are still falling short on using veteran-owned small businesses.
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Family monthly premium rates will be reduced for all age groups by an average of 8 percent.
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Rep. Ike Skelton comes out strongly in favor of H.R. 5013, the IMPROVE Acquisition Act of 2010.
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Commission and committee members, along with the National Executive Committee, will converge on Indianapolis for a busy five days.
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Legion makes Operation Comfort Warriors delivery to wounded warriors in Georgia. Pepsi grant bolsters fund.
The Cumberland County JobLink Center in Fayetteville, N.C., has been named by the National Economic Commission as this year's recipient of the Employment Service Local Office of the Year Award.
The Taylor Hooton Foundation hopes to educate thousands of more coaches on appearance and performance-enhancing drugs with its new Hoot's Chalk Talk E-Learning Program.
Decision allows monument to World War I veterans to stay where it is, at least for now.
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Mojave Desert cross' caretaker, his wife express joy over Supreme Court ruling allowing symbol to remain.
During The American Legion's Spring Meetings in May, the National Executive Committee will make a final decision on who will permanently host the Legion World Series.
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A quartet of four Army combat veterans, 4Troops is an official vocal group of The American Legion.
Female veterans, rural patients and caregiver families are pinpointed for relief in legislation guided by the Legion's priority list.
The National Resource Directory, a DoD and VA initiative, has redesigned and enhanced its Web site: www.NationalResourceDirectory.gov.
Documentary filmmaker and Legion video contributor adds new chapter to series on the European campaign of World War II.
American Bar Association publication that reveals unregulated dangers in the fishing industry earns Legion's Fourth Estate Award.
Starting 30th, Jerick Johnson moves The American Legion/David Law Firm 76 Freedom Car steadily up the field.
Legion representative says work-credit system can be blamed for slow processing of financial-assistance applications.
Jerick Johnson will drive in Friday's ARCA 250 at Talladega Superspeedway.
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Marine corporal Isaiah Schaffer returned from Iraq in 2005 with PTSD so bad he wouldn't leave his apartment. A service dog named Meghan changed his life.
The American Legion's Bob Madden appeared before Congress on Wednesday, testifying on the need for Post-9/11 GI Bill coverage at non-degree granting institutions.
The American Legion's National Economic Commission is proud to announce that Allen Corporation of America has won the 2009 Employer of Older Workers award.
The 2010 Legacy Run will leave Indianapolis on Aug. 22 and stop in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota and Wisconsin before ending in Milwaukee.
Veterans Employment Act of 2010 ‘touches all the bases in addressing key challenges' faced by unemployed veterans.
DoD office currently developing a Defense Sexual Assault Incident Database that it expects to be fully operational in one year.
During last Friday's meeting with Major League Baseball officials, National Commander Hill accepted a $40,000 check for American Legion Baseball and praised MLB's ongoing support for veterans.
More than 3,200 have signed up in less than five days. Become a fan and help us hit the goal.
VA&R assistant director Ian de Planque interviewed about the Department of Veterans Affairs' claims backlog.
In less than two days, more than 2,300 people have signed up as fans; goal of 10,000 quickly approaching.
Jerick Johnson briefly leads race, wins Hard Charger award after moving his car from 34th starting spot.