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WASHINGTON -The Senate on Monday approved legislation that would extend a troubled program aimed at widening veterans' access to private-sector health care, the first step in an overhaul of programs at the Department of Veterans Affairs.

The bill passed by voice vote. It would allow the VA to continue operating its Choice program until its money runs out, expected to occur early next year. Without legislation, the program will expire on Aug. 7 with nearly $1 billion left over in its account. The VA says that money can provide stopgap care until a broader revamp is designed. Read more here

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  • Researchers: Vets Taking Advantage Of Benefits In Record Numbers
    New research suggests military veterans are taking advantage of V.A. benefits in record numbers these days. More

    Veterans Affairs vows retraining, audits to prevent more injuries at King home
    The Wisconsin Department of VA has promised to retrain nurses and make random checks on their work to prevent more injuries to residents at the King veterans home. More

    Drug Company Owes $20 Million After Overcharging Veterans Affairs Department For Drugs
    The drug company Sanofi-Pasteur has agreed to pay the VA $20 million for massively overcharging on drug prices.
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    VA: Porn Viewing Incident Underscores Need for Employee Accountability Legislation -
    The VA cited an incident in which it was unable to immediately remove an employee at the Michael DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center in More

    Veteran says military records will lead to better medical treatment
    The Gary Deloney and John Olsen Toxic Exposure Declassification Act could help doctors treat veterans who may have been exposed to materials such as biological and chemical weapons.  More

    Another VA Whistleblower Alleges Retaliation for Exposing Corruption
    Fox News has reported that another doctor has claimed the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has retaliated against him after he revealed wrongdoings at the hospital for which he works.  More

    Benefits for the dishonorably discharged?
    t why is the new Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin allowing this now, with the VA’s problems providing timely care for so many veterans already eligible?  More

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