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Senate poised to deliver gigantic bill covering 11 military toxic exposure illnesses | Military.com

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For a long time, veterans’ benefits sickened by exposure to burn pits and other toxins have been debated. Recently, a new act, known as the True Cost of War Recognition Act, has been filed. Once approved, around 3.5 million veterans will receive care and disability compensation, making it one of the most consequential health care bills in years.

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