Closing outpatient VA centers fail veterans


By Angela Leet

Each year, Memorial Day serves as a reminder that there is a cost to freedom. The brave men and women in our U.S. military and their families have given of themselves to protect this great nation and they have earned our admiration and our respect. It’s because of this that we must continue to stand with our veterans and advocate alongside them to demand the very best our nation can offer in health care.

New hospital projects that are significantly past due and 300 percent over budget sadly define Veterans Affairs hospitals across America. The VA is facing nearly $2 billion in cost overruns at four different VA hospital projects, including one in Aurora, Colorado. But it’s been made clear, despite legitimate concerns, the VA is moving forward with the property located along the Watterson Expressway and Brownsboro Road.

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