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Veterans Are Being Treated Like Cr#p By The Government

House Republicans are addressing a major records backlog at a government archives agency that has suggested thousands of veterans and their families are expecting months, and in some cases years, for documents that are required to earn benefits.

Republicans on the House Oversight Committee are asking for a congressional hearing on the backlog of 500,000 history requests in the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration's (NARA) National Personnel Records Center (NPRC). The huge impediment in obtaining records, including military DD-214 separation forms needed to obtain veterans' benefits, aggravated during the coronavirus pandemic when federal workers were sent home and powerless to physically process the requests for records in a modern fashion.

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