FTC, States Crack Down On Veteran Charity Scams

Jul 19, 2018
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Connecticut and New York have joined a multistate coalition and the Federal Trade Commission in combating fraudulent veteran charities.

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A 101-year-old Connecticut World War II veteran was honored with three medals over the weekend for his service—74 years after being wounded in combat. 

Murphy Bill Will Expand Mealth Health Services For Vets

Mar 28, 2018
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Inside the omnibus appropriations bill signed into law last week is legislation that—for the first time—provides mental health care for tens of thousands of combat veterans and sexual assault victims who’ve received other-than-honorable discharges.

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Veterans groups and government officials broke ground on an affordable housing project for homeless veterans and their families on Long Island. 

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Former New York Times correspondent and Westport, Connecticut, resident Jarret Liotta has a new documentary, Community & Country: A Spirit of Service, which looks at three generations of veterans in Westport.