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Robert McDonald

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Secretary of veterans affairs with the US Department of Veterans Affairs

Robert McDonald on KCRW

There may be 6000 homeless veterans in LA County — 2700 in the City of Los Angeles alone.

LA's Homeless Veterans -- Can the VA House Them All?

There may be 6000 homeless veterans in LA County — 2700 in the City of Los Angeles alone.

from Which Way, L.A.?

400 acres of West LA was dedicated to American veterans in 1888. Now, LA County has more homeless veterans than any place else in the country—some 4200 people.

VA Settles Lawsuit over West LA Land Use

400 acres of West LA was dedicated to American veterans in 1888. Now, LA County has more homeless veterans than any place else in the country—some 4200 people.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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