VA Whistleblower Fired for Third Time, May Lose Home

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To say the Veterans Affairs just has some problems would be a bit like saying Venezuela just has some problems. (But yes, their problems are related.) The VA has been embroiled in scandal after scandal, and there's been little sign of improvement since news broke during the Obama administration of veterans dying while waiting for lifesaving treatment.

Much of what we know comes from a handful of whistleblowers. One in particular, Sean Higgins, has been prolific.

Higgins has revealed over 40 cases of waste, fraud, and abuse at the Memphis VA hospital where he works. Its distinction as perhaps the worst VA hospital in the nation comes as a direct result of Higgins and his disclosures.
VA Whistleblower Fired for Third Time, May Lose Home

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