38 U.S. Code Chapter 18 - BENEFITS FOR CHILDREN OF VIETNAM VETERANS AND CERTAIN OTHER VETERANS

Sec. [1801. Repealed.] SUBCHAPTER I—CHILDREN OF VIETNAM VETERANS BORN WITH SPINA BIFIDA 1802. Spina bifida conditions covered. 1803. Health care. 1804. Vocational training and rehabilitation. 1805. Monetary allowance. [1806. Repealed.] SUBCHAPTER II—CHILDREN OF WOMEN VIETNAM VETERANS BORN WITH CERTAIN BIRTH DEFECTS 1811. Definitions. 1812. Covered birth defects. 1813. Health care. 1814. Vocational training. 1815. Monetary allowance. 1816. Regulations. SUBCHAPTER III—CHILDREN OF CERTAIN KOREA SERVICE VETERANS BORN WITH SPINA BIFIDA 1821. Benefits for children of certain Korea service veterans born with spina bifida. SUBCHAPTER IV—GENERAL PROVISIONS 1831. Definitions. 1832. Applicability of certain administrative provisions. 1833. Treatment of receipt of monetary allowance and other benefits. 1834. Nonduplication of benefits.
Amendments

2003—Pub. L. 108–183, § 102(d)(2), (e)(1),Dec. 16, 2003, 117 Stat. 2654, substituted “BENEFITS FOR CHILDREN OF VIETNAM VETERANS AND CERTAIN OTHER VETERANS” for “BENEFITS FOR CHILDREN OF VIETNAM VETERANS” in chapter heading, added item for subchapter III and item 1821, and redesignated former item for subchapter III and items 1821 to 1824 as item for subchapter IV and items 1831 to 1834, respectively.
2000—Pub. L. 106–419, title IV, § 401(f)(1), (3),Nov. 1, 2000, 114 Stat. 1860, 1861, substituted “BENEFITS FOR CHILDREN OF VIETNAM VETERANS” for “BENEFITS FOR CHILDREN OF VIETNAM VETERANS WHO ARE BORN WITH SPINA BIFIDA” in chapter heading, added item for subchapter I, struck out items 1801 “Definitions” and 1806 “Applicability of certain administrative provisions”, added item for subchapter II and items 1811 to 1816, and added item for subchapter III and items 1821 to 1824.
1997—Pub. L. 105–114, title IV, § 404(b)(2),Nov. 21, 1997, 111 Stat. 2295, substituted “Applicability of certain administrative provisions” for “Effective date of awards” in item 1806.

 

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