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Links 1 through 10 of 183 by Ilona Meagher tagged benefits

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While most in Washington have been busily paying attention to the Sotomayor hearings this week, the Senate Veterans Affairs' Committee met Tuesday morning to consider the quality of VA care provided to our nation's 1.8 million female veterans.

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Last Monday, Rep. John Hall [D-NY], the chairman of the House Veterans’ Affairs subcommittee on disability assistance and memorial affairs, introduced important legislation that would give vets coping with PTSD easier access to their disability benefits and the treatment they need

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Just when you think that our beleaguered veterans can relax, that health care improvements are on the way or already there, the latest VA report (yes, another one) confirms we're merely treading water. While things are all a boil, again, this week, the veterans claims processing backlog (and everything that flows from it) has been a long-simmering problem.

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By LILY G. CASURA - Patrick Jolly is so dedicated to helping veterans, he even started opening a claim for one he happened to meet while standing in line during a vacation at Disneyland. Jolly, a Vietnam Navy vet, has been Napa County’s Veteran Services Officer (VSO) since 2006, when he came to Napa from years spent doing the same job in Sonoma County. Today, 11,000 Napa veterans of various wars as far back as World War II — or 25,000 people, if you include veterans’ family members — rely on Jolly to get the straight scoop about filing claims, getting benefits approved and learning what they’re entitled to.

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