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At the WV Legislature: House Veterans Affairs hears plans to serve veterans, attract more to the state

By Autumn Shelton, West Virginia Press Association

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The West Virginia Legislature's House Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security Committee, on Wednesday, heard a list of proposals that, if considered for legislation, may help take better care of the state’s veterans and get them to return back home to West Virginia.

Ted Diaz

Cabinet Secretary Ted Diaz of the state Department of Veterans Assistance told committee members during the meeting that he was tasked with three priorities upon his . . .

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