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Va Approaching Gulf War Presumptive Deadline Without Promised Action


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I was wondering the same thing. I have a claim in since July 2010 with alot of those presumtive conditions on there. I am wondering if they are waiting until after the 31 of Dec to decide my claim so they can deny it. I gues I will have to make some calls next week. I hope this isn't the case because that would be just wrong to alot of vets out there!!!

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This is a disgrace.

Some thumbs are stuck up butts on this one.

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There they go again. Trying to short change's us -our Vet's. Like agent orange, they hope enough die from all the problem's. There should be law again's the law's. In fact these people, just make up the rules as they go.:angry:

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