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Veterans Choice health-care program growing in popularity in eastern Oklahoma

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Veterans Choice health care program growing in popularity in Oklahoma

MUSKOGEE — Okmulgee County Veteran Jack Flanagin says the Veterans Choice program has been “a godsend.”

But it hasn’t always been that way.

Doing right by our Veterans

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Doing Right

 

The backlogs, delays, and other scandalous shortcomings at the Department of Veterans Affairs have been crying out for reform for years. So it is a shame that the wall-to-wall coverage of Charlottesville, Afghanistan, and President Trump’s tweets drowned out the news that he had signed a promising measure on the V.A.

Ritchie: Don’t close Ogdensburg Veterans’ Affairs office

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Ogdensburg VA office

 

OGDENSBURG — State Sen. Patricia A. Ritchie, R-Heuvelton, sent a letter to Col. Eric J. Hesse, director of the New York State Division of Veterans’ Affairs, expressing concern that the division might be attempting to skew statistics to justify closing the division’s Ogdensburg office.

DoD Clarifies Liberal Consideration for Veterans' Discharge Upgrade Requests

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LtCol Reggie Yager

 

WASHINGTON, Aug. 28, 2017 — The Defense Department released guidance today to clarify the liberal consideration given to veterans who request upgrades of their discharge saying they had mental health conditions or were victims of sexual assault or sexual harassment.

Research Says VA Hospital Is Obstructing Research into Marijuana's Effects on PTSD

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MJ Research

 

A major study about marijuana's effects on treating post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) began last February, but so far it's been difficult to make any conclusions. And the reason is obstruction from Veterans Affairs' hospitals.

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