There are increasing calls for the U.S. Government to increase the healthcare that Veterans from the Military are able to receive. The calls are becoming more and more vocal.
Last Friday several lobbying and special interest Veterans Support groups began to call on the Government to raise the level of Veteran support by up to $4.5 billion dollars.
This would include about $3.6 billion dollars for health care itself according to the proposed increases.
There is a lot of pressure mounting on the Government and the New Administration of President Barack Obama to try and keep his promises to Veterans and other groups regarding full funding of different Veterans Services.
It would be up to $54.6 billion all total in a new VA discretionary budget, but one that is called for at least in the option of many support groups for Veterans.
Groups that are supporting this are the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Disabled American Veterans, AmVets, and the Paralyzed Veterans of America.
This marks the annual effort that has been going on for 23 years regarding Veterans Groups helping to try and craft a number of Veteran Related budget recommendations.