The Department of Veterans Affairs announced Dec. 21 it would temporarily stop discharging veterans from a program that provides compensation and benefits to family members who take care of them. The VA said it was halting dismissals because of "continued concerns expressed by veterans, caregivers and advocates about inconsistent application of eligibility requirements by VA medical centers" of the program. Read more in this Military.com story.
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