New one-stop website for veterans

(WTNH) -- Veteran's Day is on Sunday and the state is kicking off a new "one-stop" website for all veteran's services.

The Governor visited one of the many "Veteran's Oasis" offices on college campuses Friday and announced the formation of a new "Governor's Cabinet" to focus on veteran's services from job training to health care.

"The purpose of this is to make it as easy as possible, whether you're accessing it from an 'Oasis Office' on one of our campuses or the privacy of your own home, to go and understand that which is available for veterans," Gov. Malloy said.

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