Episode 29: New Laws for Veterans Servicemembers in 2020
The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) is an annual funding bill for the Department of Defense that sets spending limits and policies for how its money will be spent for that year. This year, the NDAA totaled $738 billion. It was passed by Congress and subsequently signed into law by the President on December 20, 2019. Within the NDAA, there are many laws that could have a significant effect on veterans and servicemembers in 2020. Tune in to learn what these provisions are, and what will change for Vets and Servicemembers going forward.
- CCK Partners with Harvard Law School in a Class Action Case at the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims
- Meet Ian Hutter, 2019 Chisholm Chisholm & Kilpatrick Law School Scholarship for Veterans Recipient
- Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee Holds Hearing Regarding Fiscal Year 2020 Budget for Veteran’s Programs
- “Helping Veterans Exposed to Burn Pits Act” Signed Into Law
- VA Benefits for National Guard and Reserve Members
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