Feb 12, 2020

New Protections for Veterans Passed by the Senate

For many years, significant problems have lingered at the Veterans Administration regarding a lack of prompt, reliable, and quality care provided to our wounded warriors. These concerns have led to investigations and subsequent actions to resolve these issues. Just recently, on a unanimous basis, the U.S. Senate passed the VA Provider Accountability Act, which was [...]

May 16, 2018

The Failures of the D.C. Veterans Affairs Hospital Are Part of a Larger Problem

The United States Department of Veterans Affairs is the second-largest agency in our country. It employs more than 377,000 people. It has a budget of $180 billion. It runs more than 1,700 hospitals throughout the country. And it is systematically and systemically failing our veterans. The Washington Post reported on March 16, 2018, that Inspector [...]

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