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The VA has been plagued by problems for decades, so why isn't it dissolved?


A free-choice program implemented to get veterans crucial medical care is under siege because the Department of Veterans Affairs has not paid millions of dollars owed to the doctors providing it. Now, the VA employee union, which opposes letting veterans get care outside their system in the first place, is citing VA employees’ failure as the reason to abort the fix. Is the union the problem? When did a government employee’s job become more important than the lives of the veterans they are supposed to be serving?

 
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    bradmasterOCcal 20 months ago

    Mike

    It is amazing that we need a new law to fire government employees for not doing their job. I like your suggestion about VA medical care for all federal employees.

    Take away FEHS and replace it with only VA.


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