More than a decade of war in Iraq and Afghanistan may have wound down, but policymakers warn the fight has just begun for some veterans.
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“Despite having their budget increased by over 40 percent since 2009 … pending claims for benefits with the (Department of Veterans Affairs) have increased from 391,000 to 890,000 under the Obama Administration.”
U.S. Rep. Tom Graves, R-Ranger, in a ZPolitics op-ed April 23