Much Work Remains

November 2009
PN;Nov2009, Vol. 63 Issue 11, p47
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The article discusses the bills and other legislation for the veterans which remained incomplete and have to be addressed. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has regarded FY 2010 and beyond as the biggest issue that must be completed. It explores bills that were already approved like H.R.3082 or the Military Construction and Veterans Affairs (VA) Appropriation for FY 2010. Other bills that the Senate has to act upon include omnibus bills S.801and S.252 which both cater on veteran services.


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