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Links 1 through 10 of 317 by Ilona Meagher tagged va

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"Every day, people all across the country do solid work to help veterans successfully transition from combat to civilian life. Every effort has meaning. Every person donates uniquely to the pool. Today, I'd like to introduce you to one of these individuals: Darin C. Farr of the Utah Department of Veterans Affairs.
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October 29, 2009 - A 24-page 'book review essay' provides an in-depth look at both my book (Moving a Nation to Care) and that by Stanley Krippner, Ph.D., and Daryl S. Paulson (Haunted by Combat)."

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Building upon some of the data-rich news clips shared earlier this week, a few more grafs to consider.

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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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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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The US government has agreed to pay $350,000 to settle a federal claim by a Belchertown family who blamed Northampton VA Medical Center for the suicide of their son, an Iraq war veteran who hanged himself after he allegedly was denied mental healthcare.

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