Mankato veteran pushed for new toxic burn pit legislation expanding health care benefits for veterans
President Joe Biden last week signed landmark legislation poised to expand health care benefits for millions of veterans battling illness after exposure to toxic substances during their military service.
After a long battle, veterans celebrate PACT Act’s passage. But the war goes on for many
After a week of delay and debate in Congress, President Biden on Monday will sign legislation that makes it easier for veterans to get VA benefits after becoming sick from exposure to toxins in war zones.
Biden connects through FaceTime with veterans exposed to burn pits: there is ‘sacred obligation’ to help them
Biden was initially going to visit in-person, but he tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday in ‘rebound’ case
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