Here’s a jump in numbers: a spike from 65,000 to 114,000, which spells an increase of nearly 50,000 and a percentage leap of close to 60%.
Benefits available to individuals from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs are not handouts. They are hard-earned entitlements, with many servicemembers assuming material risks and paying a dear price for their protections. Texas residents know that especially well, given the state’s prominent patriotism and outsized veteran population.
Concededly, it was just a dinner, hardly representative of any groundbreaking development.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is passing along some year-ending kudos during the holiday season.
Today’s Michalk, Beatty & Alcozer blog post leads with a query centrally directed to a Texas audience.