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Bills would expand VA telehealth services across state lines

Current rules limit internet or phone appointments for veterans who live in remote areas.

Former House Veterans' Affairs chairman returns to DC as lobbyist

Jeff Miller, who served eight terms as a Florida representative, will now work on the private side o…

This week in Congress: Staring down the shutdown threat

Defense and veterans hearings on Capitol Hill for the week of April 24.

Colorado closer to allow medical pot for PTSD

Colorado is closer to becoming at least the 15th state to allow medical pot for post-traumatic stres…

Trump extends vets' access to privatized health care

The Choice Card program allows vets to seek medical care outside VA facilities.

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Marijuana provision stripped from Veterans Affairs funding bill

A medical marijuana provision was dropped mysteriously from the final VA funding bill.

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Bills would expand VA telehealth services across state lines

Current rules limit internet or phone appointments for veterans who live in remote areas.

Former House Veterans' Affairs chairman returns to DC as lobbyist

Jeff Miller, who served eight terms as a Florida representative, will now work on the private side o…

This week in Congress: Staring down the shutdown threat

Defense and veterans hearings on Capitol Hill for the week of April 24.

Colorado closer to allow medical pot for PTSD

Colorado is closer to becoming at least the 15th state to allow medical pot for post-traumatic stres…

Trump extends vets' access to privatized health care

The Choice Card program allows vets to seek medical care outside VA facilities.

VA touts cost-sharing partnership to build new medical clinic

A Nebraska non-profit will cover $30 million in funding for a new Omaha VA facility in what official…

There's a plan in Congress to start charging troops for their GI Bill benefits

The proposal, to be debated next week, would be a major change for the post-9/11 veterans education…

VA halts changes to caregiver stipends, pending a full program review

Officials will investigate whether dozens of families were improperly dropped from the program due t…