All posts tagged "veterans"

  • Nevada
    Computer Donation to Northern Nevada State Veterans Home

    Attorney General Laxalt’s Office Makes Computer Donation to Northern Nevada State Veterans Home Nevada Attorney General Adam...

  • Government
    Protecting Bad Bureaucrats or Serving America’s Veterans?

    (Newt Gingrich) – On Thursday, Republicans on the House Veterans Affairs Committee took a decisive step to make...

  • Opinion
    Hardy: We honor the fallen military who fought our freedom

    (Cresent Hardy) – This Memorial Day, I was encouraged to see so many of my fellow Nevadans...

  • Politics
    Heck Bill to end veterans’ homelessness passes House

    Bill reverses flawed policy that limits housing benefits for low-income, disabled vets; issue first brought to Heck’s attention during local vets meeting (Greg Lemon) – Washington — Legislation introduced by Congressman Joe Heck (NV-03) aimed at reducing veterans homelessness today passed the House of Representatives by voice vote. H.R. 1816, the Vulnerable Veterans Housing Reform...

  • Opinion
    Hopefully Our Veterans Will Be Proud

    (Stephen Allott) – This seemingly endless election cycle is finally behind us. Of course, the pundits, experts, and analysts will spend the next several weeks and months debating the turning points in the campaigns, the missteps, the strategies, the debates, the negative tone and every other aspect of our quadrennial event. There...

  • Government
    House Finances Committee Passes Heck Bill On Veteran Housing

    (Washington, DC) – Legislation introduced by Congressman Joe Heck (NV-03) to reduce homelessness among our nation’s veterans unanimously passed the House Financial Services Committee today. The Vulnerable Veterans Housing Reform Act, H.R. 6361, exempts from consideration as income by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) any expenses related to a...

  • Opinion
    Residence for Patriots Answers the Call to Give Back

    NN&V Exclusive (Lori Piotrowski) – Last fall, I had the opportunity to visit the National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial. in Kansas City, Missouri. This 80,000-square-foot monument to the Great War is a tribute to the thousands of servicemen who gave their lives as well as the individuals who sacrificed...

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