Veterans Weekly Report OCT 27- NOV 2

New Lawsuit Could Mean Reimbursements for up to 700,000 Veterans The National Veterans Legal Services Program has filed a class-action lawsuit against the Department of Veteran Affairs or VA. This lawsuit, if successful, would make it possible for about 700,000 veterans to receive reimbursements on unpaid emergency medical bills. This case comes after eight years […]

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Veterans Weekly Report Sept 29 – Oct 5

A Six-Month Extension on President Trump’s Border Policies in California The governor of California, Jerry Brown, extended the state’s National Guard’s participation in border deployment policies, outlined by President trump, by six more months. Though participation was expected to end on Sunday, and Governor Brown openly argued with the President on the state’s involvement, they […]

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#Vote4Vets

Getting involved in politics does not always mean running for office. Staying informed and casting your vote is an easy and essential way to get involved with what is happening in your state and country. This year during the midterm elections in November all 435 seats in the House of Representatives and 35 of the […]

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