President’s Budget Proposes to Reduce Veterans’ Benefits

David W. Riley, DAV National Commander and Frances J. Costa, DAVA National Commander <lbogle@dav.org>     On May 23, 2017, the Administration released the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) budget for fiscal year 2018. Contained within this budget were two legislative proposals that DAV strongly opposes because if enacted into law,…

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Disabled veteran’s disability compensation belongs to the veteran.

Due to the dedication of one, of many disabled veterans, the strangle hold over illegal state court rulings, the court seizure of federally funded VA disability compensation benefits used illegally as alimony/support rulings in violation of 38 USC 5301 has finally been broken.

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Report Slams VA Watchdog for ‘Systemic’ Failures in Probe of Hospital

A Senate committee’s report into overprescription of powerful painkilling drugs at a Wisconsin VA hospital slammed the agency’s inspector general’s office for discounting key evidence, narrowing its inquiry and failing to make its report on the matter public.

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