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BURN PIT LEGISLATION

 

https://www.congress.gov/bill/117th-congress/house-bill/3967/text

 

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§ 1167. Reevaluation of compensation determinations pursuant to changes in presumptions of service connection

 

“(a) Reevaluation.—Except as provided in subsection (b), whenever a law, including through a regulation or Federal court decision, establishes or modifies a presumption of service connection, the Secretary shall—

“(1) identify all claims for compensation under this chapter that—

“(A) were submitted to the Secretary;

“(B) were evaluated and denied by the Secretary before the date on which such provision of law went into effect; and

 

“(C) might have been evaluated differently had the establishment or modification been applicable to the claim;

 

“(2) allow for the reevaluation of such claims at the election of the veteran; and

 

“(3) with respect to claims approved pursuant to such reevaluation, provide compensation under this chapter effective as if the establishment or modification of the presumption of service connection had been in effect on the date of the submission of the original claim described in paragraph (1).

 

 

 

CALL YOUR CONGRESS AND REPRESENTED AND TELL THEM TO SUPPORT THIS BILL NOW!!!!!

https://iava.org/take-action/

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