Created by the enactment of Public Law 601 (officially titled “Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946”), the House Committee on Veterans Affairs is responsible for recommending legislation that can expand, curtail, or fine-tune existing laws relating to veterans’ benefits. Currently under the leadership of Congressman Steve Buyer of Indiana, the Committee has a total of 30 members. The site’s homepage contains important, up-to-date information on the activities of the Committee, along with basic material on the Committee’s hearing schedule and a complete site search engine. The documents area contains the committee's budget reports for the past several fiscal years along with the activities report it submits each year to Congress. The site is rounded out by a fine tribute to the 60th anniversary of the GI Bill that includes a brief history of that piece of legislation and its legacy during the past six decades.