President Donald Trump's budget released Tuesday proposes cutting monthly stipends to some disabled, unemployed veterans and reducing veterans' cost-of-living adjustments as offsets to continue to fund the Veterans Choice Program, which allows veterans to seek care outside the Department of Veterans Affairs. Read the full story at Military.com.
WH Budget Trims Some VA Benefits to Fund 'Choice'
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