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Veterans angry with state, commission as state looks to improve how it helps needy vets

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Veterans Affairs Commission meeting ended in anger Friday afternoon as the governor-appointed panel decided not to accept public comment from veterans. The emotions boiled ... read more

Treating PTSD: It's a maze of pills, possibilities for troops, vets

“Here’s what the over-medication of our veterans looks like,” they said as they spilled the canisters ... And in Austin on Wednesday, a group of Texas veterans and supporters gathered outside the ... read more

Administration Goes to War—With Itself—Over VA

The commission staff suggested labeling it a “straw man report,” implying it was meant to provoke discussion. Still, veterans organizations were angry, and Schlichting ... Moran represents the Koch ... read more

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The Brain Defense: Vets with head trauma, stress find mercy in court

He soon began to see lots of veterans pulled into the criminal justice system, including Vietnam vets. Many were homeless and addicted ... The violence prompted the Army to commission a study called ... read more


Cheyenne VA interim director aims for trust after scandal

"We are continuously working to improve access to care," he said ... procedures and regulations," he said. "But let's look for ones that tell us what we can do to help the veterans instead of looking ... read more

American Legion calls for change at Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs

PREVIOUS: https://www.theindychannel.com/news/local-news/indianapolis/veterans-angry-with-state-commission-as-state-looks-to-improve-how-it-helps-needy-vets “I am a warrior, my brothers and sisters ... read more

Omahans file lawsuits against 87 businesses citing discrimination of people with disabilities

Live Fearless is to live a life free of worry about what may lie ahead. Backed by the compassion of the Cross and the security of the Shield, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska empowers you to ... read more

Governor Scott Walker’s State of State focuses on workforce development

This helps people ... we are doing to improve education and training in this state to prepare and grow our workforce. Still, we need to do more to get people into jobs. Specifically, I am proud of the ... read more

Editorial: Headlines we hope to see in 2019, from the LSJ Editorial Board

As we look back ... to the state Constitution in every session since 1983. That’s 35 years of stalling. Businesses have supported the move and Gov. Rick Snyder called for it. And in May of 2018, the ... read more

‘A Day of Optimism’: Lake Marion High JROTC cadets exhibit dignity, honor, respect to vets

SANTEE — Dashing in their dress blues, Lake Marion High School JROTC cadets demonstrated Monday how good honor and respect still look. Young voices, 268-strong, echoed assurance to veterans of five .. ... read more

Geeked: Facebook will rule the world

Chaos! OK, maybe it wasn't that bad, although you might have thought so judging from the reaction. Let's take a quick look at the new stuff: Tick, tick, tick You'll find the ticker in the upper right ... read more

Buckingham, King in Sen. 24 runoff's final stretch

At least three state-run agencies offer help to military and veterans: The Texas Military Preparedness Commission looks at how cities ... and how do you plan to improve that agency? Dawn Buckingham: ... read more



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