The Supreme Court is considering whether or not to hear arguments in a case that could help veterans facing long waits for health care and disability benefits. The case, filed by the veterans rights advocacy group Veterans for Common Sense, would allow veterans to challenge systemic delays in the Department of Veterans Affairs processing of claims.
Currently, more than 900,000 veterans have been stuck waiting to hear from the VA for more than 125 days. The average claim takes nine months to process. Journalist Aaron Glantz, who has covered the subject extensively for The Bay Citizen, joins Jennifer Granholm to discuss.
http://current.com/shows/the-war-room/v … ey-need-it
This is shameful to make Vets wait for medical help. MY friend has to wait and now pay for some medical help.Many vets get the OK after they die. Watch the video
by Silver Rose 9 years ago
I don't normally get involved in political debates, but had to wade into this one. Some foolish American magazine has made the following comment:"The controlling of medical costs in countries such as Britain through rationing, and the health consequences thereof, are legendary. The stories of...
by Peeples 5 years ago
Curious as to what people who are against everyone having healthcare think should be done for those who really can't afford healthcare. What are the other options? Continue down the same road we are on now?
by Judy Specht 2 years ago
I have been listening to how the government has a billion dollars for getting people to sign up for the Affordable Healthcare Act. Would that money have been better spent training more doctors and building new hospitals? New Jersey has closed how many community hospitals in the last few...
by lady_love158 7 years ago
LOL! Read this and get back to me!http://coburn.senate.gov/public/index.c … 90e46cf229
by lovetherain 2 months ago
Can the United States afford to have free health care for all? Why or why not?
by Alexander A. Villarasa 4 years ago
What does one expect of a piece of legislation that was voted on, and passed both by the Senate and Congress, signed into law by Pres. Obama, and certified by the Supreme Court as being constitutional? High Hopes of course, but in the case of the Affordabe Health Care Act (popularly...
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