A national advocacy group wants to reform the way veterans receive medical treatment, launching a task force whose goal is to propose sweeping changes to veterans' health care for the first time in more than
V.A. Plans to Fire Its D.C. Medical Director — Again
The Department of Veterans Affairs' chief watchdog has not publicly released the findings of 140 health care investigations since potentially leaving dangerous problems to fester without proper oversight, a USA TODAY analysis of VA documents found.
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A veteran died of a stroke after Veterans Affairs police beat him because he refused to wait any longer for treatment at a VA hospital in California. Now his widow is suing the government over the brutality that led to his death.
“This country owes much to its veterans,” Abbott wrote . Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is falling far short of its obligation to support our nation's heroes. Nowhere is that more apparent than in the Texas Rio Grande Valley.