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McRay good information.

The pandemic has caused a multitude of issues including responsible childcare.

If telework is an option, its still complicated by parents not having available child care.

Parenting is about managing responsibility,  however its hard when daycares and afterschool care were closed.

I'm hopeful with the government, schools, and local municipalities fully reopening, that will relieve the burdens.

I am still of the opinion hiring more attorneys will severely dent the problem.

Offer three year contracts and have them trained within 5-6 months with strong basic knowledge.

 

The bonus is they are familiar with general law.

They then only need to learn VA law as it relates to the M-21 manuel.

I think it could work.

Throw manpower and extra money at the problem until the back log is cleared.

 

Just my opinion.

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1 hour ago, Fat said:

Throw manpower and extra money at the problem until the back log is cleared.

That's logical and would work. Not in keeping with the VA motto of 'delay delay delay' though.

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