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Do you think VA facilities need to be closed for cost-saving reasons?

by U.S. Medicine

October 12, 2015
Please read this article and participate in this month’s online opinion poll: Do you think VA facilities need to be closed for cost-saving reasons?

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2 Comments

  • Ben Terwilliger says:

    closing VA’s is a quick fix to save money, but it will NOT help the thousands of veterans that need the VA for care. Public hospitals are already overburdened so it is unrealistic to say veterans can just go there instead.

  • Ben Terwilliger says:

    closing VA’s is a quick fix to save money, but it will NOT help the thousands of veterans that need the VA for care. Public hospitals are already overburdened so it is unrealistic to say veterans can just go there instead.


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