The Department of Veterans Affairs wants to eliminate a rule requiring faith-based organizations to find secular alternatives for veterans who refuse help because of the groups' religious nature. The public can comment until Feb. 18 on whether the VA should eliminate the rule and its requirement that religious groups post notices about this referral procedure. The VA said in a news release that the current rule "unequally placed impediments on religious organizations and cast unwarranted suspicion on them." VA Secretary Robert Wilkie called it a "victory for religious freedom" and said it would "end discrimination" against religious organizations. Read more on Military.com.