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Supreme Court Grants GI Bill Case That Could Affect 1.7 Million Veterans

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DECISION BELOW: 55 F.4th 879



Whether a veteran who has served two separate and distinct periods of qualifying service under the Montgomery GI Bill, 38 U.S.C. § 3001 et seq., and under the Post- 9/11 GI Bill, 38 U.S.C. § 3301 et seq., is entitled to receive a total of 48 months of education benefits as between both programs, without first exhausting the Montgomery benefit in order to obtain the more generous Post-9/11 benefit.

CERT. GRANTED 6/26/2023

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22-888 RUDISILL V. McDONOUGH - Supreme Court of the United States.pdf

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Im gonna try to remember this case the next time VA starts saying about how VA benefits are a pro claimant system, and this is why VA gets to do stuff like control all of our evidence, often losing or shredding it when its convienient for them.  There has even been a well known case where VA "altered the documents" of a Veteran in order to pay him less benefits.  I read of it, but can not recall the case right now.  

VA should hold their head in shame for taking this to scotus so they can pay Veterans lower education benefits.  

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