VA to host town halls nationwide and Pa., for vets exposed to toxic substances
More than 90 VA facilities around the country, including sites in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, are slated to hold in-person sessions.
Thousands of veterans deluge VA with claims for toxic exposure benefits, health care
The VA is hiring more employees to provide health care and process applications. But a short-term backlog still is expected.
Pa. House bill hikes cost of birth, death certificates to fight veteran suicides | Thursday Coffee
The cost of the vital documents would rise by $2 under a plan circulated by a Lehigh Valley lawmaker.
How to support Pa.’s veterans and service members this holiday season
The Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs is encouraging Pennsylvanians to donate to nonprofit, tax deductible programs that support the commonwealth’s approximately 800,000 veterans and service members.
Biden to tap a trio of Midwesterners to lead agriculture, housing, veterans affairs agencies
If confirmed by the Senate, Fudge will lead the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the second Black woman to head the $50 billion agency, and Vilsack will be agriculture secretary, a position he held for eight years in the Obama administration.