Top 5 Veterans News: March 1st, 2018


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  1. ‘Veterans need sponsorship’: Panel discusses how to ameliorate veteran-civilian transition. Community members gathered at the Hearst Media Center Wednesday evening to seek ways to help veterans better transition into post-military life.
  2. Women Veteran Athletes Celebrated for Women’s History Month. This March, Women’s History Month, Team Red, White & Blue is proud to partner with the Department of Veteran Affairs’ Center for Women’s Veterans, on the Women Veteran Athletes Initiative, presented by Comcast NBCUniversal.
  3. Palo Alto social worker says crucial care for veteran cancer patients delayed. A social worker says crucial care for some cancer patients at a Bay Area VA facility has been delayed. She says when she documented the delays for her superiors, she was punished.
  4. Veteran fighting county over taxes. They risked their lives to fight for this country, got injured, and the government forgives their taxes. Or at least it’s supposed to. When a local veteran didn’t get the tax break he qualifies for, he contacted FOX 47’s Alani Letang.
  5. Longtime Austin veteran set ‘the best example’. If you were to ask for help, chances were that Norman Hecimovich would be there to lend a hand.


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