Perry man fights to protect fellow veterans from VA debt


Veteran James Powers sought answers after a clerical error put him in debt to the Department of Veterans Affairs. Now there’s a bill to protect veterans against the repercussions of benefit overpayment.

PERRY TWP. For 12 years, James Powers was dedicated to serving his country.
He endured the mental and physical pains of his service, including post-traumatic stress disorder as well as pain in his wrist.

Powers promised to defend the United States believing Uncle Sam would take care of him. It didn’t work out that way.  Perry man fights to protect fellow veterans from VA debt

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