A 3-month-old state agency established to help military veterans get the federal benefits they've earned is moving to downtown Lansing.
The Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency will move into its new location Wednesday. The agency currently is sharing space with the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs in another Lansing location outside downtown.
In January, Gov. Rick Snyder signed an executive order creating the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency. It helps connect former service personnel with government departments and service organizations that can help them apply for benefits such as health care, education and employment assistance.