veteran advisor

Weinstein, David
March 2006
PN;Mar2006, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p66
Trade Publication
The article answers a spinal cord injured veteran's question as to whether the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) can terminate its van service after providing him with a wheelchair lift. The article replies that the VA may not do so, citing a federal code authorizing transportation at government expense for VA benefits who fall within certain categories. Further details of the code are discussed.


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