By Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban | Published January 30, 2019 | | |
The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ruled 9-2 in favor of Alfred Procopio, Jr., 73, who served on the USS Intrepid during the Vietnam War. Procopio is one of tens of thousands of “Blue Water” Navy veterans who were deemed ineligible for the same disability benefits as those veterans who served “boots on Read MoreRead More
In 2018, more women veterans ran for Congress than at any time in the history of the United States. Fourteen women service members were on the ballot for congressional races, hailing from around the country and representing each branch of the Armed Forces. Among the candidates who won their races were: Mikie Sherrill — A Read MoreRead More
Though it’s too early to draw comparisons with the toxic conditions that existed at Camp Lejeune, another North Carolina base is suspected to be the source of contaminated water, and that contamination seems to be affecting a neighboring community. Atlantic, an unincorporated area of Carteret County, home to about 600 residents, has had two ground Read MoreRead More
A new state law, which could potentially affect an estimated 770,000 veterans living in North Carolina, went into effect on January 1. Starting this year, the Secretary of State is required to compile annual information about the number of veteran-owned small businesses and service-disabled veteran-owned small business and share the information with the state’s Department Read MoreRead More
A storm of protest in December prompted Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin to reverse course and continue a joint program with the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) that provides housing for homeless veterans. According to the website Politico.com, Shulkin had planned to end one of two major VA programs benefiting homeless veterans and Read MoreRead More
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