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In Pennsylvania and Virginia, new bills are on the way to assist vets.

11/7/2016

New veteran-focused legislation planned at state level

Practical, everyday help could be coming for veterans in various states due to the work of their local representatives and senators. read more »

Construction continues on a new veterans museum in Columbus, Ohio.

11/2/2016

Ohio veterans museum under construction

Construction continues on a new veterans museum in Columbus, Ohio. read more »

Organizations across the country are working to enroll veterans at Ivy League colleges.

11/2/2016

Veterans look to move to the Ivy League

Organizations across the country are working to enroll veterans at Ivy League colleges. read more »

The total number of military veterans in Congress is expected to fall next year.

11/1/2016

Number of veterans in Congress expected to drop in 2017

The total number of military veterans in Congress is expected to fall next year. read more »

Specialized classes and seminars are being tailored directly to vets' knowledge needs.

10/28/2016

Specific career-education programs guide vets to work

By teaching veterans skills that are relevant to business today, specialized classes and seminars are doing a great service. read more »

The situation in California's bonus repayment case has evolved rapidly.

10/28/2016

After outcry, government stops seeking signing bonus repayment

The saga of California National Guard vets ordered to repay their signing bonuses may be coming to an end. read more »

Creating small houses for vets can be a big help.

10/26/2016

'Tiny home' charities dedicated to fighting veteran homelessness

The trend for tiny, functional houses can help homeless vets transition back to normalcy. read more »

On Oct. 21, Michigan Sen. Gary Peters, a Democrat, distributed commemorative lapel pins to more than 100 Vietnam War veterans at the the U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command headquarters in Detroit.

10/25/2016

Michigan senator honors Vietnam veterans

On Oct. 21, Michigan Sen. Gary Peters, a Democrat, distributed commemorative lapel pins to more than 100 Vietnam War veterans at the the U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command headquarters in Detroit. read more »

The Department of Housing and Urban Development announced that four cities in Western New York have managed to reduce local veteran homelessness rates to zero.

10/24/2016

Western New York cities end veteran homelessness

The Department of Housing and Urban Development announced that four cities in Western New York have managed to reduce local veteran homelessness rates to zero. read more »

Last week, members of Team Rubicon, an international nonprofit dedicated to helping in times of crisis, deployed rapid response personnel to Haiti to assist with on-the-ground rebuilding efforts.

10/20/2016

Veterans travel to Haiti to provide hurricane relief

Last week, members of Team Rubicon, an international nonprofit dedicated to helping in times of crisis, deployed rapid response personnel to Haiti to assist with on-the-ground rebuilding efforts. read more »

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