Former Phoenix VA director's firing overturned by federal appeals court

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Former Phoenix VA hospital director Sharon Helman, who was fired in 2015 amid a controversy over delayed care for veterans, got her termination at least temporarily overturned this week by a federal court.

Helman will now have a chance to appeal her dismissal to the U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board, despite a criminal conviction in a separate court case.

The Court of the Appeals for the Federal Circuit shot down a provision of the Veterans Access, Choice and Accountability Act, a measure adopted by Congress in part to expedite the removal of Department of Veterans Affairs executives based on misconduct or gross incompetence. Helman

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