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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 And Care For Those Who Have Served Our Nation Increased funding for veterans' medical care by more than percent since More Veterans Would Lose Overtime in Years to Come: The Bush proposal would deny overtime protection to more and more veterans over time, since it explicitly anticipates that “ he areas in which professional exemptions may be available are expanding.” As a result, the number of veterans who fall within the overtime exception for “professional employees” would grow over time, and the number of veterans disqualified from overtime protection would.
Jun 05, Both the Bush budget and the House Republican budget proposed increases in spending for veterans’ benefits that exceeded the rate of inflation. The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Estimated Reading Time: 8 mins.
Established a Center of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury and expanded VA's polytrauma system of care to 21 network sites and clinic support teams to provide state-of-the-art treatment to injured veterans at facilities closer to their homes.
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.
Dec 20, I was then told by several people that Bush cut veterans benefits, but upon asking an army medical recruiter about this, and specifically asking him what benefits Bush cut, I was told my friends didn't know what they were talking treegrinding.barted Reading Time: 10 mins. Feb 12, ASSOCIATED PRESS 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.
The support of our veterans has been a high priority in my administration.
Feb 13, Destructive Cuts to Health Programs Put Veterans’ Health at Risk. The President’s budget cutstrillion on net from health care programs over 10 years. This includes a more thanbillion cut to Medicaid, a half a trillion-dollar cut to Medicare, and more thanbillion in cuts to other health programs. May 30, VA officials first learned of the problems inwhen George W. Bush was entering his second term, and the problems went unfixed for the duration of.