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- Veteran service animal bill moves to governor’s desk. Catherine Best had night terrors after her deployment in Iraq in 2007-2008. She never knew what would set off her Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and didn’t have the confidence to go out in public.
- Private sector may not be ready for new veteran patients. Lawmakers appear poised to send tens of thousands of veterans in the private sector for health care in an effort to provide quicker, more convenient appointments for an array of medical needs.
- Morale-boosting veterans-turned-pin-ups visit D.C. The nonprofit organization is known as Pin-Ups for Vets. Do not be deceived by the connotation of the word pin-up: the women involved in Pin-ups for Vets are United States military veterans, who wardrobe themselves in 1940s fashions and hairstyles and are as clean and crisp as a Glenn Miller ballad.
- Phoenix launching interagency initiative to prevent veteran suicide. Phoenix officials are launching an interagency push to reduce suicide among military service personnel, veterans and their families.
- Abilene veteran looks to help other veterans dealing with PTSD. Chris Thomas’ days are now spent much differently. He can often be found at the Taylor Jones Humane Society with a furry friend in hand, “I’ve seen just working with dogs that I didn’t think we’re going to get re-homed, get re-homed.”