Allison Hickey

US Department of Veterans Affairs

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Under Secretary for Benefits at the US Department of Veterans Affairs; former Air Force Brigadier General

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Here's the kind of decision required of the Veterans Administration: is that traumatic brain injury from high school football or a roadside bomb in Iraq?

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Despite all the issues that keep them apart, President Obama, Mitt Romney and every other American politician agree that American veterans should get the lifetime benefits they…

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