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Statement from co-authors of The Independent Budget (DAV, PVA, and VFW) on the release of today’s Veterans Health Care Policy Institute report, “Disadvantaging the VA”
Paralyzed Veterans of America issues statement in reaction to Department of Veterans Affairs newly updated mission statement
Leading veterans organizations applaud White House’s proposed 2024 budget for the Department of Veterans Affairs
Leading veterans service organizations release annual report ahead of White House budget release and call on Congress and Department of Veterans Affairs to act