Category Archives: VCS Congressional Testimony

Head of Madigan removed from command amid PTSD probe

 It was VCS that first testified before Congress about the billions of dollars “saved”  by preventing tens of thousands of veterans from obtaining any (or timely) PTSD medical care and disability benefits from DoD and VA. –VCS Board ——- Col. … Continue reading

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VCS Statement to US Senate About Costs of Wars

VCS Reveals Estimated One Million Veteran Patients Treated by VA by End of 2013, with Cost of $1 Trillion Over 40 Years July 27, 2011 (VCS) – In a written statement to Senators on the Committee for Veterans Affairs, VCS … Continue reading

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The State of the Veterans Benefits Administration

Written by Libby Creagh June 15, 2010 (House Committee on Veterans Affairs) Opening Statements * Hon. John J. Hall, Chairman, Subcommittee on Disability Assistance and Memorial Affairs * Hon. Doug Lamborn, Ranking Republican Member, Subcommittee on Disability Assistance and Memorial … Continue reading

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VCS Testifies at Claims Summit

    Witness Testimony of Paul Sullivan, Veterans for Common Sense, Executive Director Hearing on 03/18/2010: Claims Summit 2010 No prepared statement.

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VCS Testifies at House Veterans’ Affairs Hearing on VA FY11/FY12 Budget Request

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Budget Request for FY 2011 and FY 2012 House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs | Room 334 Cannon House Office Building Washington, DC | 02/04/2010   Witness Testimony of Paul Sullivan, Veterans for Common Sense, Executive Director … Continue reading

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