Episode 71: VA’s 2022 Budget and Legislative Proposals
Every year, VA proposes a budget that outlines where it would like funding to go and what its priorities are for the upcoming year. If approved by Congress, this would give VA a $113.1 billion total budget for 2022. The overarching goal of the budget increase is to ensure that all American veterans, including women veterans, veterans of color, and LGBTQ+ veterans, receive the care and benefits they have earned. Join the CCK team as we break down the details of this proposed budget and how VA plans to spend it.
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