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The Congressional Budget Office has predicted the new benefits could cost about $1.1 billion. costs and insufficientveterans to Agent Orange exposure.
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Veterans Exposed to agent orange veterans who were exposed to Agent Orange or other herbicides during military service may be eligible for a variety of VA benefits, including disability compensation for diseases associated with exposure.
These Veterans do not need to show that they were exposed to Agent Orange or other herbicides in order to get disability compensation for diseases related to Agent Orange exposure. Service in Vietnam means service on land in Vietnam or on the inland waterways ("brown water" Veterans) of Vietnam.
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WASHINGTON – Navy veterans who served offshore during the Vietnam War appear close to winning a final battle as Congress prepares to force the Department of Veterans Affairs to restore benefits to.
However, these scandals pale in comparison to the VA’s arbitrary decision in 2002, with a basis in fact, to refuse benefits to U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps veterans who were exposed to Agent Orange.
VA has established a list of Navy and Coast Guard ships that it acknowledges have been exposed to Agent Orange during the Vietnam War. The list serves as a resource for Regional Offices when determining whether a particularis eligible for the presumption of Agent Orange exposure and related benefits.
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