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Rep. Bob Filner, D-Calif., at a July 21 meeting with Legionnaires in Washington, D.C.
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Commander Rehbein responded to President Obama's urgent call for national health-care reform by urging Congress to leave VA and DoD health-care systems alone.
U.S. Rep. Bob Filner, D-Calif., says high-quality health care for veterans is at the top of his list of priorities.
VA has initiated a large, long-term study to carefully examine a broad array of health issues that may affect Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom veterans and their contemporaries.
VA’s backlog of unprocessed disability claims grew by more than 100,000 during the past four months.
Consortium allows servicemembers to enroll in a participating school and continue their bachelor and graduate-level degree programs on school campuses, military installations, and armories in the United States and overseas.
VA recently awarded grants to a few medical facilities.
"We need to close the state-federal information gap"
VA has provided $215 million in competitive funding to improve services specifically designed for veterans in rural areas.
Commander David K. Rehbein said, “The budget’s dramatically increased funding level for the Department of Veterans Affairs will allow the secretary to take on many challenges he’s facing currently.