Senate votes on Clay Hunt bill Monday; VA participates in homeless count; vets may face old traumas during end-of-life care; Reid bill allows retirement, disability benefits; military retirement moves toward 401k; VA to build homeless housing on LA campus; legislation would keep adult children on VA insurance; Miller bill protects VA whistle blowers; Congress accuses VA of withholding information; Colorado wants $1.1 billion for Aurora VA hospital; new book helps with disability claims
VA participated in a national count of homeless vets Wednesday. Last year’s count found 49,993 homelessness veterans in one night—a 33-percent decrease since 2010, VA reports.
VA plans to build housing for homeless veterans on its campus in West Los Angeles, reports CBS Los Angeles @CBSLA. This comes after VA settled a lawsuit with vets who said the property should not be used for a baseball stadium and a hotel laundry.
A new book promises to help veterans file a disability claim with Veterans Affairs. Jon Macintosh interviewed 2,000 vets to write VA Disability Claim, reports LawyersandSettlements.com‘s Brenda Craig.
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