If veterans wait long enough, health care problem solved

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Our nation has the health of 740,000 veterans on hold. Some are waiting for five to 10 years to find out whether they can get care. Some are traveling to Chicago instead of 15 miles across the Mississippi River. Some are dying before their cases get attention.

At some point, you wonder whether someone intentionally designed a system to be as bad as the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

“It is the world’s largest bureaucracy and any bureaucracy is hard to control, but we must get a handle on it,” U.S. Rep. Mike Bost said during a meeting with veterans near Scott Air Force Base.

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