(Washington Post) – As President Obama’s first term winds down, his administration has reported significant progress in combating several high-profile veterans problems, including reducing unemployment and homelessness.

But in another key area – the backlog of disability claims – the problem has worsened under Obama’s watch, spurred by an influx of new veterans into a weak economy, new rules that make it easier to file claims, including for Agent Orange-related conditions and post-traumatic stress, and a growth in the average number and complexity of medical conditions claimed by veterans.

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