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.
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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
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