Bill aims to make wrongfully discharged vets eligible for benefits

04/2/2013 | Military.com

Congress is considering a bill that could make it easier for veterans wrongfully discharged for personality or adjustment disorders to seek benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs. Supporters of the legislation say tens of thousands for former military personnel were suffering from conditions such as post-traumatic stress disorder at the time of their discharge.

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