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H.R.5953 To direct the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to display in each facility of the Department of Veterans Affairs a Women Veterans Bill of Rights., 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Dec 01, 2010 Received in the Senate and Read twice and referred to the Committee on Veterans' Affairs.

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    • 2010 Veteran Legislation - December 31, 2010 by VA Benefits Blog - H.R. 5953 directs the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to display in each facility of the Department of Veterans Affairs a Women Veterans Bill of Rights and to display in each prosthetics and orthotics clinic of the Department an Injured ...

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      As noted by VA Benefits Blog on December 31, 2010, "H.R. 5953 directs the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to display in each facility of the Department of Veterans Affairs a Women Veterans Bill of Rights and to display in each prosthetics and orthotics clinic of the Department an Injured ..." (http://vabenefitblog.com/looking-back-at-2010-veteran-legislation/)
    • Media dis&dat: House Bill targets women veterans, amputees ... - December 27, 2010 by Media dis&dat - Bill H.R. 5953 requires that all Department of Veterans Affairs facilities post a bill of rights as a way to bolster the consistency of VA care and address gaps in care reported by these veteran patient populations. ...

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      As noted by Media dis&dat on December 27, 2010, "Bill H.R. 5953 requires that all Department of Veterans Affairs facilities post a bill of rights as a way to bolster the consistency of VA care and address gaps in care reported by these veteran patient populations. ..." (http://media-dis-n-dat.blogspot.com/2010/12/house-bill-targets-women-veterans.html)
    • Congress OKs legislation expanding education benefits - December 26, 2010 by National Guard Times - Bill HR 5953 requires that all Department of Veterans Affairs facilities post a bill of rights as a way to bolster the consistency of VA care and address gaps in care reported by these veteran patient populations. ...

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      As noted by National Guard Times on December 26, 2010, "Bill HR 5953 requires that all Department of Veterans Affairs facilities post a bill of rights as a way to bolster the consistency of VA care and address gaps in care reported by these veteran patient populations. ..." (http://www.thenationalguardtimes.com/2010/12/congress-oks-legislation-expanding-education-benefits/)

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