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New Bill...veteran's Cola Of 2010


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I doubt very many Veterans will be against this one. It might help to write your congressman in support of this bill

http://www.opencongress.org/bill/111-s3107/show

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2010/07/09/support-veterans-compensation-cost-of-living-adjustment-act-of-2010/

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  • HadIt.com Elder

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No change, it will still be figured by the CPI.

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And the CPI aint going north so NO CLOA for 2010.......just the way it is.

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it does not matter who is for it or who is against it it is a formula set be law just as the COLA for Social Security is set, they use the same formula from the CPI noting from nothing is still nothing until inflation sets back in us veterans and elderly are just flat out of luck regradless of the fact that utiltities keep going up, groceries keep going up car prices go up we have to find our own COLAs like stopping the paper cutting back on premium cable channels cutting back on bingo games etc reduce our out going expenses because it will be a long time before we wever see a 5.8% COLA like we did in 2009.....

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