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VA rule change could mean health care benefits for a million more veterans

Veterans with other-than honorable discharges have often faced difficulties in securing health care benefits. A new VA rule could change that.

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Blunt truth: No ‘significant changes’ for federal employees if Biden administration reclassifies marijuana

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Congress ponders new discrimination protections for older employees

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The military vaccine mandate is dead. So now what?

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The long and twisted story of the biggest crook in Navy history

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Senate appropriators propose to repeal Hyde, add tens of billions to Defense budget

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What veterans and service members need to know about military discharge upgrades

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Nowhere safe to hide: What online harassment is doing to service members and the military

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How West Point is likely to deal with drug-overdosing cadets

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A federal employment attorney assesses the impact of having a Merit Systems Protection Board

After two years of total vacancy, the Merit Systems Protection Board now has two of its three members, enough to make decisions that stick.

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Can the trend of decreasing employee unions be reversed?

A task force established by the Biden administration has issued dozens of recommendations for unionizing federal agencies and contractors. Will it have any effect?

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