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Vets who didn't get full GI Bill benefits after system errors are out of luck, agency tells Congress

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The Veterans Affairs Dept. tells congressional staffers it won't repay underpaid GI Bill recipients, sources say. The news conflicts with prior promises by VA officials.

NBC News reported that U.S. veterans attending school under the GI Bill weren't getting promised benefits because a change to how student housing claims were calculated  had the side effect of breaking the system.

America is screwing its veterans out of promised benefits because the nation can't be bothered to produce a competent technical infrastructure for keeping track of  benefits they should be getting. Don't worry, though: Trump insists that our soldiers stage a big parade in his honor, which should make up for everything.

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