Budget plan gives VA big funding boost for veterans care
from Military Times
The Veterans Affairs Department does not appear to be feeling the pinch of fiscal austerity in President Barack Obama's 2014 budget proposal: The White House has proposed a 10.2 percent boost in funding for VA next year, totaling $66.5 billion in discretionary spending. The $153 billion VA budget request, with a proposed 4.3 percent increase for services including health care, education, employment, transition and claims processing, "keeps faith with veterans," Obama said in a statement to Congress.
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