Top 5 Veterans News: April 27th 2018

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  1. Bring veteran entrepreneurs back to Central New York. Recently, the American Legislative Exchange Council ranked New York dead last in economic outlook among the 50 states.
  2. Veteran weighs in after VA secretary nominee withdrawal. After Veteran’s Affairs secretary nominee Ronnie Jackson withdrew from consideration Thursday, many veterans are reflecting on what they are looking for in a VA secretary.
  3. Target 8 helps misdiagnosed veteran get his benefits. Following a series of Target 8 reports, the Department of Veterans Affairs reversed its previous denial and approved Agent Orange benefits for Navy veteran Lonnie Kilpatrick.
  4. Providence VA honors female veteran. The Providence regional office of the Department of Veterans Affairs honored Rhonda Ziehl, their first Rhode Island Woman Veteran of the Year, on Thursday afternoon.
  5. Veteran task force pushes petition for northern Michigan V.A. clinic. Thousands of veterans in northern Michigan drive hundreds of miles to get necessary medical services. Right now there is a push to get a V.A. Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) in the Manistee County area.

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