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Save the best for last some have said. DANGER, DANGER, WILL ROBINSON ! Here is something for those with common sense ( the basis for intelligence ) that will open your eyes and mind.
The Pennsylvania American Legion has recognized VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System (VAPHS) Director and CEO Terry Gerigk Wolf for her support in the nonprofit's quest to end homelessness among Veterans.
Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric K. Shinseki today announced the publication of a final regulation in the Federal Register on clothing allowance that expands the eligibility criteria for Veterans with multiple prosthetic and orthopedic devices or skin conditions caused by prescribed medications.
WASHINGTON, May 11, 2011 – Shortly after they were sworn into office in early 2009, HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan and VA Secretary Eric Shinseki met with the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans (NCHV) Board of Directors to express their support of President Barack Obama’s commitment to end veteran homelessness.
Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric K. Shinseki announced today the second round of awards from the agency’s Industry Innovation Competition to six commercial and non-profit organizations. Five projects will provide new tools for Veteran entrepreneurs, reduce the risk of adverse drug reactions and streamline clinical coordination in VA hospitals.
WASHINGTON (May 5, 2011) – An unprecedented Veterans Affairs (VA) research program that promises to advance the sophisticated science of genomics goes national today.
Following on the heels of the Henderson decision by the Supreme Court, on April 26, 2011, the Veterans Court (CAVC) issued a decision on a petition by William Freeman that ordered VA provide a process for veterans to challenge the appointment of a VA fiduciary to control his or her finances. Mr. Freeman wanted to challenge the appointment of a stranger to handle his finances instead of his sister, a woman who had taken care of him and his father for more than two decades.
Don't expect much help for veterans from Henderson v. Shinseki, (No.09-1036). via mal Most of the members of the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans...