To Better Serve

May 2009
PN;May2009, Vol. 63 Issue 5, p19
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Information on the Advocacy and Legislation Training Seminar sponsored by the Paralyzed Veterans of America in Washington D.C. on March 2 to 5, 2009 is presented. Topics include providing information to raise awareness of issues and educate attendees on the challenges facing veterans and people with disabilities, and how to serve them. The seminar featured several members of PVA which include national president Randy L. Pleva Sr. and Eric Shinseki, Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) secretary. INSET: Down to Business.


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