Tag Archives: Veterans

LSC Improves Data Gathering

In a move that should enhance its ability to make the case for the effectiveness and impact of its funding, LSC has announced several changes to its grantee reporting.  The highlights: Grantees will be required to report total numbers of … Continue reading

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Politico Reports on House Budget Cut of Equal Access to Justice Act Reimbursement for Soc Sec and Vets Cases

Politico today reports on a little noticed element of the House Budget.  According to the article, the proposed continuing resolution budget, (at section 4007) would cut off, for the remainder of the fiscal year, payments under the Equal Access to … Continue reading

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NYT Editorial on Supreme Court Case on Timeliness for the Self-Represented (Veteran)

Today the NYT has an editorial on the Henderson case pending in the US Supreme Court.  The lower court has applied a facial interpretation of the statute governing certain veterans benefits to find an appeal out of time.  This is … Continue reading

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