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WHAT: Tele-townhall Meeting on VA Benefits Learn more about COVID-19 response, launch of blue Water Navy Act, and Solid Start program along with other new initiatives.
WHEN & WHERE: Tuesday, March 31; 4:00PM-CT / 5:00PM-CT
WHO: Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) Paul R. Lawrence, Ph.D., Under Secretary for Benefits
WHY: Veterans are encouraged to join us for an update on the Veterans Benefits Administration including: COVID-19 response, Blue Water Navy, and Solid Start.
ADDITIONAL DETAILS: Attendee Phone Number: 844-227-7557. Tele-townhall callers will be able to learn more about each subject area by following the instructions for prompts on the call.
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