VA Whistle-Blower Finally Has Benefits Approved

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Less than a month after being featured on The Daily Caller, a Veteran Administration (VA) whistle-blower who was facing homelessness and an intransigent bureaucracy, suddenly had benefits approved.

Sean Higgins is a Memphis VA whistle-blower who was on the brink of homelessness when he was featured in TheDC in late January.

Higgins was credited with more than 40 disclosures of waste, fraud and abuse at the Memphis VA; he is primarily responsible for that hospital being designated as one of the four worst and thereby required to brief the secretary’s office weekly.

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