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The bill H.R. 216 would require long-range planning and budgeting strategies from VA.
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The American Legion is currently reviewing the Military Compensation and Retirement Modernization Commission's comprehensive report.
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Veterans Evaluation Services has been contracted by the Department of Veterans Affairs to perform Compensation & Pension exams.
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Legion doesn't believe veterans who don’t file standard VA claims should be barred from their benefits.
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American Legion representatives helped veterans with benefits claims and more during the 21st annual Winterhaven Homeless Veterans Stand Down in Washington, D.C.
Blake Shelton, Dierks Bentley and Rascal Flatts performing at four-day festival in Iowa; Legion service officers on hand while Legion is the event's official charity.
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Legion claims specialist tells House subcommittee that veterans who appeal their benefits claims often wait years for final decisions.
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Many of the 175 veterans who came looking for help at the Legion's Veterans Benefits Center in Bay Pines, Fla., left feeling much better about their situation – and some got some immediate relief.
Nearly 90 veterans come to first day of Legion's Veterans Benefits Center in Florida.
In addition to a bonus system already in place, VA's regional office in Philadelphia is adding food and cash to worker incentives.
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Dozens of veterans come to Post 273 in Madeira Beach, Fla., to praise, question Department of Veterans Affairs health care.
The American Legion will conduct a town hall meeting and operate a Veterans Benefits Center next week in the Tampa area for veterans and family members.
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The White House and Pentagon support military benefit cuts in an effort to curb growing costs amidst constant budget cuts.
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The department has a long way to go in regaining the trust of America's veterans, but at least the journey has begun.
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American Legion national commander says one dismissal in Phoenix does not restore accountability, but it’s a start.
VA Secretary focuses on access and accountability at a recent briefing.
At the Veterans Benefits Center in Inglewood, Calif., veterans and their families received help with PTSD claims, burial benefits and much more.
The Legion’s Veterans Benefits Center has moved from Long Beach to Inglewood in an effort to reach more area veterans.
Benefits event in Long Beach to continue helping veterans through Thursday.
A town hall meeting and Veterans Outreach Center are planned in Long Beach, Calif.
More than 390 veterans get help at the Legion's Veterans Outreach Center in Washington, D.C.
Legion Veterans Affairs & Rehabilitation Division Chairman Ralph Bozella reflects on the success of the Legion's Veterans Crisis Command Centers, the future of outreach centers.
Nearly 200 veterans get help in the first two days of the Legion's Veterans Outreach Center in D.C.
Legion posts and the Loudoun County government in northern Virginia honor and reach out to veterans at the “Salute to Military, Veterans and Families” event.
Legion town hall meeting empowers veterans to speak up about their experiences with the DC VA Medical Center.