White House expected to propose funding increase for VA

The Obama administration is expected to include $63.5 billion in discretionary funds for the Department of Veterans Affairs in its budget for the 2014 fiscal year, a 4% increase from the current fiscal year. Education and disability-compensation programs are among those expected to benefit from the increase.

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