Lawmaker: Veteran agency staff resignations aren’t enough

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A veteran lawmaker is facing a political newcomer in the Nov. 6 general election. Rep. Gilda Cobb-Hunter, D-Orangeburg, is citing her years of experience and accomplishments while Republican.

Despite more money and more staff to tackle the problem, veterans aren’t seeing enough progress toward getting mental health care, the chair of the House veterans affairs committee said Wednesday.

Scott represents a safely Democratic seat with a high number of military veterans. The two aren’t the only Democrats calling for Shinseki’s head, and are unlikely to be the last.

PHOENIX (AP) – Arizona’s Republican governor and party chairman called Thursday for the resignation of a state lawmaker who said "there aren’t enough white kids to go around" when discussing.

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After a state lawmaker pushed to expand the reach of the Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs, the agency awarded him a secretive, and possibly illegal, lobbying contract that has paid him more.

– Sen.Joe Newhouse is principal author of Senate Bill 456, which directs the Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs (ODVA) to create and administer a registry of 100 percent service-disabled veterans. Poll: VA the least-liked federal agency – FCW Lawmaker: veteran agency staff resignations aren’t enough

Trump did this with the Department of Veterans’ Affairs. officials really do just resign and aren’t fired on Twitter. And Congress – specifically Republicans – could put more pressure on the.

No time for buck-passing as we address vet suicide VA hospitals rolling out program that helps veterans rehabilitate through gaming No time for buck-passing as we address vet suicide When asked if the reported suicide on the highway earlier in the day was connected to the officer accused of sexually assaulting the girl, Holmes said then "there’s no knowledge right now it’s.. sure that VA health care is all you’ll ever need in the future?

Federal drug enforcers are sending in the hounds to sniff out what’s going on over at the Department of Veterans Affairs, after a recent investigation found that VA employees have been stealing.

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Poll: VA the least-liked federal agency — FCW Fallout from veterans home audit leaves some Napa Valley groups disappointed n. pl. armories 1. a. A storehouse for arms; an arsenal.. and each city now must apply for state and federal grants to fund a new facility at Burbank Airport. Poll: VA the least-liked federal agency – FCW Photographs that may depict Virginia’s Democratic governor, Ralph Northam, in blackface, began to circulate on Friday afternoon. The.

As the nation prepares to honor its veterans Nov. 12, many veterans in rural areas and some cities still face long wait times for health care because there aren’t enough doctors, nurses and support staff to provide it. Almost 40,000 of the 335,000 positions in the Veterans Health Administration.

Shinseki resigns amid VA scandal Many of these employees are veterans or spouses of active-duty service members. This proposal must be removed from the NDAA. Lawmakers also should reject a provision in the House-passed NDAA that would create a private, nonprofit organization to carry out all of the broadcasting and related programs currently performed by the Voice of America.

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