Top 5 Veterans News: Jan. 25, 2018

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  1. Bill aiming to reshuffle veterans services in N.H. gets a public hearing. An effort to reshape how the state handles its military and veterans services is being closely watched by veterans and state advisory bodies alike.

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  2. Did Donald Trump’s 2018 Budget Proposal Cut Support for Disabled Veterans?. As a presidential candidate, one of Donald Trump’s main campaign promises was to improve the treatment of United States military veterans and initiate major reforms to the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
  3. Lakewood affordable housing complex opens doors to homeless veterans, low-income families after project stalled almost three years. Rodney Jubilee, a 56-year-old Army veteran, estimates he’s spent 2 1/2 years living on the streets.
  4. Dingell invites students to take part in fourth annual ‘Valentines for Veterans’ project. For the fourth straight year, U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-12th District) is asking local students to help bring a smile to the faces of former soldiers through the “Valentines for Veterans” project.
  5. Florence VA addresses opioid issues among veterans. The Pee Dee Area Veterans Advisory Council held a forum on the opioid epidemic Tuesday morning.

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