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Veterans propose major changes in VA health care

“Veterans should come first. They should be at the center of their health care — not the VA and not the VA bureaucracy.” Pete Hegseth, Concerned Veterans for America
Protecting our veterans' children

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A national veterans task force is advocating radical changes in the medical system for America’s former military personnel, including a choice to receive subsidized private care and conversion of the Veterans Health Administration into a non-profit corporation rather than a government agency.

“Veterans should come first. They should be at the center of their health care — not the VA and not the VA bureaucracy.”  Pete Hegseth, Concerned Veterans for America

The reform measures, if enacted into law, would affect America’s roughly 22 million veterans dramatically, especially the 8.5 million enrolled for care through the Department of Veterans Affairs. Repercussions would be even more profound for future veterans.

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