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Numerous sources have indicated and continue to indicate that VA and DoD health care will not be affected by the health-care reform bill that is nearing close to becoming law.
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The American Legion answers a field of member-submitted questions regarding the health-care reform.
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Legion Executive Director Peter Gaytan allays some of the fears surrounding health-care reform and how it affects VA, DoD. Visit our forums and give us your thoughts.
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Legion rep meets with other VSOs to discuss ways to improve outreach and ascess to VA benefits for disabled veterans.
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Legion's executive director of the Washington office will talk about how the new legislation will affect DoD, VA health care on "FOX and Friends" Wednesday morning.
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VA Inspector General's report finds issues with VA's ability to provide timely exams for potentially service-connected disabled veterans.
Portal, to debut April 1, will allow veterans to check on the status of their claims, check payment history and collect information regarding benefits to which they may be entitled.
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National Commander Hill feels confident passage of the health-care reform legislation won't have a negative impact on DoD, VA delivery, practices, but the Legion will make sure that continues to be the case.
Information about new VA programs, policies and plans.
The Burn Pit takes a close look at the potential ramifications of Sunday night's passage of health-care reform.
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A ground up, tech-based rebuild is underway to end the backlog crisis.
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VA will publish a proposed regulation in the Federal Register establishing new presumptions of service connection for nine infectious diseases associated with military service.
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VA has launched its National Call Center for Homeless Veterans, a phone service that links homeless and at-risk veterans to appropriate VA and community-based resources.
Legion representative takes part in conference call on hyperbaric oxygen treatment for traumatic brain injury.
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VA's claims backlog, the 2012 budget and the GI Bill among the issues discussed.
Legion, other VSOs meet to look at ways to improving VA's benefits system.
As a member of the Veterans' Consortium Executive Board, the organization works with other VSOs and individuals to provide free legal representation to veterans.
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Adding new staff and improving IT management two of the keys for VA secretary's plan delivered to House Committee on Veterans' Affairs on Wednesday.
Review includes notes and articles regarding current "hot topics" involving the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Through the House of Representative's Wounded Warrior Program, U.S. Marine Corps veteran Michael Collins has found a way to make a difference for fellow veterans.
Issues faced by women veterans got front-and-center treatment Feb. 26 on the last day of The American Legion's Department Service Officers School.
At its Homeless Veterans' Provider Workshop last week, The American Legion continued its campaign of advocacy and assistance for homeless vets.
Fly-fishing therapy saves self-esteem, marriages of wounded warriors.
DSO school covers legislation, disability evaluations, claims appeals and advocacy training.
Four-day training session includes new focus on women veterans issues.
Longtime VA employee brings decades of service in health-care industry to position.
Veterans will soon find the process to get a service connection for post-traumatic stress disorder a little easier.
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The American Legion says the Department of Veterans Affairs' claims backlog can be reduced by simply altering the way VA processes those claims.
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The administration’s budget was rolled out this week, which features three prominent issues that The American Legion has worked diligently on to keep high on the national agenda.