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One way that veterans are provided with services and receive care or access to the assistance they need is through veterans associations. Veterans associations take an advocacy role for veterans and their needs. Why is that necessary, and why does it remain necessary?

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This is necessary due to the fact that these associations make it possible for veterans to have a stronger voice in Congress and other important areas of government and society, so that there is a ...

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