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5/6/2013
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It takes 382 days for the VA to process a claim in Cleveland. The national average is 299.

It takes 382 days for the VA to process a claim in Cleveland. The national average is 299.

Category: Veterans Affairs

4/20/2013
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Hearings before the BVA

BVA judges have a duty to fully explain the issues before the Board.

Category: Veterans Affairs

Labels: BVA
4/10/2013
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VA backlog issue heats up

News media paying attention to veterans backlog

Category: Veterans Affairs

Labels: backlog
3/27/2013
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Gay marriage and veterans' benefits

Gay marriage and veterans' benefits

Category: Veterans Affairs

3/27/2013
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VA defends claims backlog on MSNBC program "Morning Joe"

VA defends claims backlog on MSNBC program "Morning Joe"

Category: Veterans Affairs

3/23/2013
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VA programs to tackle homelessness

VA programs to tackle homelessness

Category: Veterans Affairs

3/21/2013
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VA acknowledges that delay is a problem and will not be fixed

VA acknowledges that delay is a problem and will not be fixed

Category: Veterans Affairs

3/18/2013
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Veterans in big cities wait over a year for a decision on benefits

Veterans in Big Cities wait over a year for a decision

Category: Veterans Affairs

3/12/2013
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How will sequestration affect the VA?

How will sequestration affect the VA?

Category: Veterans Affairs

Labels: VA Budget
2/4/2013
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Andrews v. Shinseki, understanding Vocational Rehabilitation

Vocational Rehabilitation

Category: Veterans Affairs

1/11/2013
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VA files stacked up in VA Regional Office

VA delay illustrated by claims files stacked up on top of file cabinets.

Category: Veterans Affairs

1/3/2013
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Veterans for Common Sense reaches the Supreme Court

Veterans for Common Sense reaches the Supreme Court

Category: Veterans Affairs

12/21/2012
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New judge confirmed to U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans' Claims

New judge confirmed to U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans' Claims.

Category: Veterans Affairs

12/5/2012
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New perspectives on "VA Math": Why does my 50% + 30% rating not equal 80%?

New perspectives on "VA Math": Why does my 50% + 30% rating not equal 80%?

Category: Veterans Affairs

10/5/2012
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Veterans claims continue to pile up

Veterans claims continue to pile up

Category: Veterans Affairs

9/28/2012
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VA claims processing delay

VA claims processing delay

Category: Veterans Affairs

Labels: VA delays
9/25/2012
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VA completes 1 million claims in 2012

The VA decided over 1 million claims last fiscal year, 2012

Category: Veterans Affairs

Labels: VA delays
9/20/2012
Sean
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Senate kills Veterans' Job Corps bill

Senate kills Veterans' Job Corps bill

Category: Veterans Affairs

9/4/2012
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Filing a Writ at the Veterans' Court

Filing a Writ: What it Means, How it Works, and When it Should be Filed.

Category: Veterans Affairs

8/9/2012
Sean Kendall
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VA's Fully Developed Claim Project

VA "partners" with VSOs in fully-developed claim-decision process. But, just what is a fully-developed claim?

Category: Veterans Affairs

5/11/2012
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Documentary Exposes the Challenging Transition to Home Life

"Hell and Back Again" Details One Marine's Struggle to Adjust to Life After Combat

Category: Veterans Affairs

Labels: Transition
3/15/2012
Sean Kendall
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Veterans Take Center Stage in New Film, "High Ground"

Wounded Warriors Climb Mountains

Category: Veterans Affairs

2/29/2012
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Serious Delays at the Board of Vets Appeals - More Expected

Statistics on 2012 Delays at the Board of Veterans Appeals and Regional Offices and What Delays Can Be Expected in the Future

Category: Veterans Affairs

Labels: VA delay
2/21/2012
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Why is the VA So Slow to Process Claims?

Why is the VA So Slow to Process Claims?

Category: Veterans Affairs

1/20/2012
Sean Kendall
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VA Doctors Cannot Deny Coverage Based on Missing Service or Post Service Records

VA Doctors Cannot Deny Coverage Based on Missing Service or Post Service Records.

Category: Veterans Affairs