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Links 1 through 10 of 76 by Ilona Meagher tagged senate

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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UNITED STATES SENATE COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES - There will be a meeting of the Subcommittee on PERSONNEL - Wednesday, March 18, 2009 - 2:45 PM - Room SH-216, Hart Senate Office Building - To receive testimony on the incidence of suicides of United States Servicemembers and initiatives within the Department of Defense to prevent military suicides

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The current issue of National Council Magazine is filled with first-person accounts, case studies, the latest PTSD data and much more, the National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare's current quarterly issue is a rich resource...it's also available online as a free PDF download.

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As Memorial Day approaches, both aisles of Congress have done something quite extraordinary: joined forces to deliver on another important reintegration resource -- education benefits -- for returning troops.

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From the Mankato [MN] Free Press editorial board: The U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate recently passed budgets that boost funding for veterans’ health care and other veterans’ needs at amounts higher than the Bush Administration’s p

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The Senate moved Thursday to add $50 million to the fiscal 2009 Department of Veterans Affairs budget specifically to speed the processing of disability claims.

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The Senate confirmed James Peake, a former Army Surgeon General, as Veterans Affairs secretary Friday.

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