NRA TV Interview On Veterans 2nd Amendment Rights
The current state of administrative law within VA allows the agency to adjudicate whether a veteran is competent to handle their finances. If the veteran is not competent, VA will appoint a fiduciary and the veteran loses all control of their VA benefits.
Contrary to distortions primarily from liberal media sources, the bill is not intended to give mentally incompetent people the right to own guns. That is not what this is about.
VA exempts more vacant jobs from federal hiring freeze
Rural Vets May See More Options for Telemedicine
The Veterans Affairs Department is researching how to improve the quality of care for veterans in rural areas with serious or chronic conditions.
Supreme Court to hear dispute on pension payments in Arizona divorce
When John and Sandra Howell divorced in 1991, they decided Mrs. Howell would get half of her ex-husband’s Air Force pension.
Chicago family fighting to stop the deportation of veteran who served 2 tours in Afghanistan
Army Private First Class Miguel Perez, Jr., 38, says he has been fighting deportation for roughly five years after mistakenly believing his service in the military made him a U.S. citizen by default.