Veteran Behind Federal Emergency Care Law Change Remains Without Refund From VA

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- Department of Veteran Affairs representatives said only a single $12 reimbursement has been paid under the law meant to stop the VA from denying payment for non-VA emergency care, a congressional aide familiar with specifics of a meeting between congressional staff and the VA tells 7 Investigates.


New streamlined claims and appeals process is in place
The Department of Veterans Affairs’ Appeals Modernization Act took effect on Feb. 19 and is targeted at streamlining the department’s current claims and appeals process for veterans. Signed into law Aug. 23, 2017, and being readied for implementation since then, it represents one of the most significant statutory changes to benefit veterans in decades.

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Troubled hero gets his heart: After 100-year wait, WWI veteran awarded posthumous Purple Heart
Martin Jacobson survived the suffocating clouds of mustard gas that blistered soldiers’ skin and lungs alike; he survived the German bullet that tore through his leg as he sought refuge in a corpse-filled foxhole; and he survived the exploding artillery shell that sent 16 pieces of burning hot shrapnel to lodge in his 24-year-old body.
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 A California company is combining old and new technology to try and help the military cope with post-traumatic stress disorder.
PTSD is developed in some after they experience a shocking or dangerous event, according to the National Institute of Mental Health.

“Using Virtual In-Person Identity Proofing, we can serve the 19 year-old active duty service member with a thin credit file, the 82 year-old veteran who struggles with technology, and the 35 year-old military spouse living internationally,” explains CEO and founder Blake Hall. “As a former 
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A federal judge in Texas has declared that an all-male military draft is unconstitutional, ruling that "the time has passed" for a debate on whether women belong in the military.
The decision deals the biggest legal blow to the Selective Service System since the Supreme Court upheld the draft registration process in 1981. In Rostker v. Goldberg, the court ruled that a male-only draft was "fully justified" because women were ineligible for combat roles.
The number of vacancies across the Department of Veterans Affairs increased to nearly 49,000 by the end of 2018, according to new data released by the VA under mandate from Congress.