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Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin says MMJ “may be helpful” but hands tied by federal law
"I believe that everything that could help veterans should be debated by Congress and by medical experts," said Shulkin

Veterans Affairs Whistleblower: Roaches found in food at VA hospitals Video

Veterans Affairs chief vows to fix 'broken' agency procedures
The road to reforming Veterans Affairs is not paved with money but with legislation and better management, Secretary David Shulkin told reporters,

Research Shows How PTSD Can Trigger Growth In Veterans
Some troops return from war only to face a new fight — symptoms of PTSD. But everything that follows traumatic experiences isn't bad. In fact, research shows they can actually trigger growth.   

Vietnam Veteran Thomas Rhyner said his dog tag means so much because it's a part of him he's thankful to finally have back. The gesture is a huge thank you, he didn't receive after returning from war 45 years ago.

 (Courtesy Disney Cruise Line)
Those who currently serve in the military and retired servicemembers deserve a real vacation where they can kick back, relax and sail to paradise-- without breaking the bank.

The St. Tammany Republican Parish Executive Committee is asking veterans organizations to avoid holding conferences, conventions and other events in New Orleans in the wake of the city's removal of four Confederate monuments. 



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