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Tue March 11, 2014
Michigan ranks last in the nation for per-capita spending on veterans
Are Michigan veterans getting what they deserve in terms of benefits and support?
The Veterans Administration says when it comes to per-capita spending on veterans, Michigan checks in at an average of just over $3,400 per vet. The national average is over $4,800. That places Michigan last in the nation.
What is the state doing about this? And what are they doing to make sure that veterans get all the benefits to which they're entitled?
The director of Michigan's Veterans Affairs Agency, Jeff Barnes, joined us today.
Listen to the full interview above.
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