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New study shows veteran benefit discrepancies between states


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WASHINGTON — Several years ago, Iraq War veteran Kayla Williams and her family moved to Pennsylvania, where she and her husband received $500 each semester toward her two children’s school costs, thanks to a statewide benefit.

The only problem? They had relocated from Virginia — a state that provides free tuition to children of disabled veterans. Williams’ husband, also a veteran, has a 100 percent disability rating from the VA. https://www.stripes.com/news/new-study-shows-veteran-benefit-discrepancies-between-states-1.606895

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