Legislation seeks to restore state benefits to LGBTQ veterans dishonorably discharged

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Lawmakers announce bill to repeal dishonorable discharges given to gay veterans. participating in the GI Bill or receiving veteran benefits such as health care, VA disability, and ceremonial.

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County legislators introduce Restoration of Honor Act to. – County legislators introduce Restoration of Honor Act to restore benefits to LGBT veterans discharged before repeal of DADT. This has left them without more than 50 state programs, benefits and.

But a new bill making its way through the state house may soon restore state benefits. The legislation seeks to give LGBTQ veterans in Rhode Island a pathway to have their discharge status changed.

In this episode, Alice discusses the beginnings of the Restore Honor Ride, why she decided to ride her bicycle across the country for LGBT Veterans, and what she hopes to accomplish. You can donate to the cause of acknowledging and honoring our LGBT Veterans at the Restore Honor Ride youcaring page.

Bipartisan Bill Introduced to Upgrade Discharges for Gay Vets. – "American Veterans For Equal Rights (AVER) wholeheartedly endorses and supports the Restore Honor to Service Members Act," said Danny Ingram, President, American Veterans for Equal Rights, who participated in a press teleconference today in support of the legislation. "Many thousands of lgbt service members were dishonorably discharged.

I had no idea whether that soldier was gay or straight, but what I do know is that his story could very easily be that of the tens of thousands of soldiers dishonorably discharged under "don’t.

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The Push for Honorable Discharge Status for Those Expelled Under "Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell". Thousands of gay service members were discharged under the recently repealed "don’t ask, don’t tell" policy. For many of them, this meant an other than honorable discharge and the denial of a range of veterans’ benefits.