VA should get $4.8B more funding in 2014, veterans groups say

02/6/2013 | Army Times

The Veterans of Foreign Wars, Disabled American Veterans, Paralyzed Veterans of America and AmVets are calling for an additional $4.8 billion to be added to the fiscal 2014 budget for health care, benefits administration and medical research at the VA, among other projects. The groups submitted their Independent Budget, which has the backing of 45 military, veterans and philanthropic groups, to Congress and the president this week.

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