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JOB RIGHTS FOR VETERANS AND RESERVE COMPONENT MEMBERS
because of their service in the Armed Forces Reserve, the National Guard, or other uniformed services. USERRA prohibits an
employer from denying any benefit of employment on the basis of an individual’s membership, application for membership, veterans,
reservists, National Guard members, and certain other members of the uniformed services to reclaim their civilian
For more information, click the "USERRA" tab below.
Veterans access to services within an integrated one-stop service delivery system. A new section of the law established a priority of
service requirement applicable to all Department of Labor programs offering employment and training related services. (P.L. 107–
288 Section 4215 (b)).
For more information, click the "Priority" tab Below.
The University of Kansas Veterans Upward Bound is a FREE
program available for veterans who are interested in reaching their
academic and career goals.
For more info click the link below:
Priority for Qualified Veterans Employment
Other State Benefits
Veterans Service Officers
State Veterans Cemeteries and Homes
World War II, Korean War and Vietnam Service
Medal and Medallions
Free Automobile License Plates
Free Hunting and Fishing License
(60% or Service-Connected VA Disability or Former
Reduced Cost Hunting and Fishing Permit for
service members that deployed in the last 12
in uniform should place their hand over their heart without clarifying whether they can or should salute the flag.
"The salute is a form of honor and respect, representing pride in one's military service," Senator Inhofe said. "Veterans and service
members continue representing the military services even when not in uniform. "Unfortunately, current U.S. law leaves confusion as to
whether veterans and service members out of uniform can or should salute the flag. My legislation will clarify this regulation, allowing veterans
and servicemen alike to salute the flag, whether they are in uniform or not. "I look forward to seeing those who have served saluting proudly at
baseball games, parades, and formal events. I believe this is an appropriate way to honor and recognize the 25 million veterans in the
United States who have served in the military and remain as role models to others citizens. Those who are currently serving or have served in
the military have earned this right, and their recognition will be an inspiration to others."
This Bill was passed July 25, 2007. Let your veteran friends know about the Passage of this Bill.