Legislative Division staff are attending a Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee hearing, "Seamless Transition: Review of the Integrated Disability Evaluation System," and a Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Defense hearing, "FY 2013 Guard and Reserve Budget Overview."
Staff from the Veterans Affairs & Rehabilitation Division are attending the Veterans Service Officers Quarterly Forum at the Department of Veterans Affairs Central Office in Washington.
VA staff will have an open discussion with VSO representatives and provide information on new VA initiatives.
The American Legion’s System Worth Saving Task Force is conducting veterans town hall meetings on VA health-care quality in Renton, Wash., and Gautier, Miss. Both meetings will take place at 6 p.m.
The meetings will take place at American Legion Post 19, 3224 NE 12th St.,Renton; and at American Legion Post 1992, 3824 Old Spanish Trail, Gautier.
The American Legion System Worth Saving Task Force is conducting a veterans town hall meeting on VA health-care quality in Metairie, La. The meeting will take place at 6 p.m. at Post 175, 2431 Metarie Road.
American Legion National Commander Fang A. Wong is scheduled to appear at the 63rd Connecticut Armed Forces Day Luncheon in Southington, Conn. Wong will serve as guest speaker and present awards.
The national commander plans to visit a number of Connecticut posts and meet with state Gov. Dannel Malloy.
The System Worth Saving Task Force is conducting a site visit to the VA medical center in St. Louis to evaluate the quality of health care and patient satisfaction. Task force members will interview patients, staff and administrators.
The System Worth Saving Task Force is hosting a veterans town hall meeting in St. Louis, to discuss the quality of health care at the local VA medical center.
Location and time: American Legion Post 397, 934 Rue de la Banque East in St. Louis at 6:30 p.m.
The System Worth Saving Task Force is conducting site visits to VA medical centers in Chicago and Washington, D.C., to evaluate the quality of health care and patient satisfaction. Task force members will interview patients, staff and administrators.