From the Pentagon
VA Advises Veterans to Enroll in Health Care as PACT Act Deadline Approaches
As the newest Veterans Affairs PACT Act benefits deadline approaches, the VA is advising veterans to sign up.
University of Virginia Student Veterans Push Back Against Changes to Veterans' Center
Student veterans at the University of Virginia are claiming the school is taking a step back from promises made to support veterans.
Attorneys General Support Bill to Assist Housing and Education for Families of Black World War II Veterans
More than 20 attorneys general are supporting a bill to assist the housing and educational pursuits of the families of Black World War II veterans.
Defense Department and VA Sued Over Fertility Treatment Coverage Policies
The National Organization for Women and two groups representing veterans are suing the DoD and VA over health care coverage for fertility treatments.
Bipartisan Bill Seeks to Increase Criminal Penalties for Scammers Who Prey on Veterans
A bipartisan legislative effort is seeking to create new criminal penalties for scammers who prey on veterans.
Bipartisan Lawmakers Push for Medical Marijuana Use Protections for Veterans and VA Doctors
Lawmakers are making another push to provide protections for military veterans regarding medical marijuana use in legal states and VA doctors who issue recommendations to allow such use.
Study: Veterans Who Lived in "Redlined" Areas Had Higher Risk of Cardiovascular Issues
U.S. veterans who lived in "redlined" areas had a higher risk for heart attacks and other cardiovascular issues, according to a recent study.
Western Nevada College Renovates Veteran Resource Center
Western Nevada College’s veteran resource center has been renovated, offering student veterans a place to seek support and comfort amid their educational pursuits.
Veterans Have Until Aug. 9 Deadline to Get Started on PACT Act Benefits
Veterans eligible for PACT Act benefits have until Aug. 9 to notify the VA of their Intent to File a claim.
Dixon Appointed Director of Military and Veteran Services at Kennesaw State
Dr. Stacey Dixon has been appointed director of military and veteran services at Kennesaw State University.
Australian Catholic University to Develop App to Guide Veterans through Transition into Higher Ed
Australian Catholic University will create an app to guide military veterans through their transition into higher education.
ODU to Receive $598,409 from Education Department to Create Veteran Student Success Program
ODU will receive $598,409 to create a Center of Excellence for Veteran Student Success program.
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