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Provided more than 6 billion to modernize and expand VA medical facilities and more than 1 billion over the past three years to support traumatic brain injury. - President George W. Bush, 12/06/08 President Bush has remained committed to ensuring all veterans receive the care and support they need from the Federal government.
Under his leadership, the Administration has: Dramatically Increased Funding To Support. Bush sought to roll-back increases in imminent danger pay and family separation allowances. The Administration wanted to cut imminent danger pay fromtoa month and the family separation allowance, which goes to help military families pay rent, child care or other expenses while soldiers are away, fromfroma month.
Mar 06, “The Bush administration plans to cut funding for veterans’ health care two years from now - even as badly wounded troops returning from Iraq Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins. May 30, Documents Show the VA Debacle Began Under George W. Bush President Barack Obama has accepted the resignation of Secretary of Veterans the VA began pressing clinics to cut Author: Mariah Blake. Feb 12, The Bush administration plans to cut funding for veterans’ health care two years from now - even as severely wounded troops returning from Iraq could overwhelm the system.
Mr. Bush Estimated Reading Time: 8 mins. Bush Administration proposal would end health care benefits forveterans.
More thanveterans across the country would be cut off from health care because of Bush Administration proposed budget cuts and its plan requiring enrollment fees and higher out-of-pocket costs.
("Support for Troops Questioned," Washington Post, June 17).