Toxic exposure, a high veterans suicide rate and accommodating the Department of Veterans Affairs' fastest growing demographic, women, are among the issues veterans service organizations (VSOs) have brought up to Congress this year. At hearings held in late February, the Senate and House Veterans Affairs Committees jointly heard from eight VSOs about their priorities for 2020. Read more on Military.com.
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