Memorial Day ceremony preview Team Fidelis hosts event for homeless veterans Rep. Tulsi Gabbard: Burn pits, the Agent Orange of our generation Edited Transcript of TCMD earnings conference call or presentation 6-May-19 9:00pm gmt key points. Tulsi has led efforts to help service members who have been exposed to burn pits while on active duty, along with their families; Tulsi has introduced and co-sponsored legislation to assist those who have been affected, and also serves as a member of the Congressional Burn Pit CaucusPodimetrics Raises $13.4 Million to Expand Innovative Solution for Diabetes Complications Virta Health raises $45 million in investment to expand low-carb treatment of type 2 diabetes april 6 2018 by Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt, MD in Diabetes , Virta Health Virta Health has just raised another $45 million in investment, after a highly successful one-year keto trial showing that type 2 diabetes can be reversed.The Robert J. Dole VA Medical Center will host the 9th annual VA2K Walk & Roll to encourage active lifestyles and support homeless veterans. The event which includes a 1.2 mile walk will take.
House Approves Benefits for Blue Water Navy Veterans. Extending the benefits for 10 years would cost $1.1 billion, according to estimates from the Congressional Budget Office. To make up the cost, the legislation raises fees for servicemembers and veterans who use the VA’s home loan program. The increase amounts to between $2.14.
House-passed legislation. Vietnam veterans more disability benefits would mean help for thousands who served. But for many others who say they need help, it could actually mean no benefits,
VA Commission talks services, celebrations; no action on new administrator taken · ”It is fortunate then, for me at least, that I did not bring any ordinary weapon with me. Now, you will tell me what you know or I will take it from you!” Quite how she intended to do that, she had no idea, but given the events of the past few moments the bluff no longer seemed as absurd as it might have done a minute earlier.
The Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act of 2019 passed the U.S. Senate Wednesday and is now headed to President Trump’s desk. That act changes the current law to guarantee that veterans who served off the shores of Vietnam can get access to healthcare and benefits.
The carrier passes by Fort Monroe. 2019. The house veterans affairs Committee’s plan to pay for a bill to extend agent orange disability benefits to 90,000 Blue Water Navy veterans of the Vietnam.
Mike Lee (R-Utah) to drop his opposition to a “, which would make tens of thousands of ailing veterans who served on ships that patrolled territorial waters off Vietnam during..
Communication Service for the Deaf Supports Legislation to Allow Deaf Americans to Enlist and Serve in the U.S. Military Those would include emergency numbers, numbers for guest or patient rooms in hospitals, health care facilities, elderly homes, or similar establishments, any numbers assigned to a paging service, cellular telephone service or other radio common carrier services, and finally any service for which the called party is charged for the call.
The Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act will "finally eliminate a 17-year barrier" that "denied access to VA benefits for the scourge of Agent Orange illnesses" and is "a long overdue justice for people who served in the Vietnam conflict," Rep. Joe Courtney, D-Conn., said, adding that the House should "force the Senate to do the right thing and provide justice for those who served in that conflict and who are still suffering."
House Unanimously Passes Blue Water Navy Veterans Act! – WASHINGTON – The national commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States is saluting the U.S. House of Representatives for unanimously passing H.R. 299, the Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act of 2019. "The VFW salutes the united support of the entire House," said VFW National Commander B.J. Lawrence.
Senate plans path ahead for 'blue water Navy' benefits fix – House passes benefits fix for ailing ‘blue water’ veterans, now awaits Senate’s move. The compromise reached last month would add a new fee to veterans’ home loans that would cost a typical buyer about $350 over 10 years. But nearly half of all borrowers – including disabled veterans – will be exempt from the fee.