Top 10 Veterans Stories in Today’s News


Top 10 Veterans Stories in Today’s News

1.         Governor announces veterans legislation
Chatham Star Tribune
But there is more to be done to ensure that this is the most veteran friendly state in the nation. This year we are going to provide more veterans access to

2.         Local veteran speaks out about misdiagnosis by VA health care system
Brewer have sent letters to state representatives, Gov. Rick Perry and the Department of Veterans Affairs in Washington DC about the issue and is still

3.         Queensland Veterans Affected by Flooding Have Access to Support and Financial
News 4 Us
Mr Snowdon also reassured the Queensland veteran community that there would be no interruption to Department of VeteransAffairs services

4.         Meet Linda Schwartz, one of the hold-overs from Gov. Rell
Hartford Courant (blog)
By Susan Campbell on January 14, 2011 7:08 AM | Permalink | Comments (0) Dr. Schwartz, a Vietnam veteran, is Connecticut’s Department of Veterans Affairs

5.         Haslam Names Colonel Grinder Veterans Affairs Commissioner
The Chattanoogan
“Her thorough knowledge of the issues facing veterans in our state will directly benefit those who served.” Colonel Grinder is a member of several military

6.         Bangor VA administrator grateful for deployment
… Brozyna, a nurse practitioner and the administrator of the US Department of Veterans Affairs clinic on Hancock Street in Bangor, saw she would be caring

7.         Texas releases $45 million more for first-time homebuyer tax credit
Housing Wire
Credit is available through the Federal Housing Administration, the Department of Veteran Affairs, the US Department of Agriculture or one of many

8.         Hawaii Highlights Programs To Help Homeless Veterans
Gov Monitor
The US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) will host a grant-writing workshop for two federal programs to help local nonprofit organizations and consumer

9.         UNF starts College of Education building addition
Jacksonville Daily Record
With 220000 military veterans residing in Jacksonville, the center serves about 890 active duty, veteran and ROTC students. The majority of these students

10.       Grant to fund local veterans specialist
Martinsville Bulletin
Also, the specialist will help link veterans suffering from traumatic brain injuries with services, she said. According to the state news release

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