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HELENA – U.S. Veterans Administration Secretary David Shulkin said here Monday that improving the VA’s health-care system for veterans is one area where Congress and the Trump administration are scoring some successes.

But, in a visit to Montana, he also said solving the “pretty significant problems” of the system will take some time.

“A lot of the problems that resulted in the crises that we’ve seen in the VA did not happen overnight, they happened over decades,” he told reporters at a news conference in Helena. “It is going to take us a period of several years to get this system to be one that we’re all satisfied with.”  VA secretary

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