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What’s next for VA reform? Policy Director Juliana Heerschap details what’s on the horizon for veterans’ health care.

Concerned Veterans for America has released its 2021 policy agenda , and our grassroots army is hard at work sharing our solutions to the nation’s greatest challenges. This year’s agenda is packed full of ideas for continuing to reform the Department of Veterans Affairs and ensuring veterans receive the care they were promised. We’ve been… Read more »

By Concerned Veterans for America
Wednesday, February 17th 2021

Throwing Money at Problems Doesn’t Work; The VA Is Proof

The Department of Veterans Affairs has had more than its share of problems. In the eyes of many in the VA and in Congress, the way to fix those problems is to increase the VA’s budget. After all, more money means more opportunity to fix wait times, staff shortages and outdated equipment, right? Wrong. The… Read more »

By Concerned Veterans for America
Thursday, December 13th 2018

Needed VA Reform Left Out of Omnibus Bill

A massive omnibus spending bill passed by the House includes more than $1 trillion in government funds, including a $7 billion for the Department of Veterans Affairs. Everything from border security to fighting the opioid crisis made it into this bill, but what’s missing is reform of the troubled VA. Before the omnibus bill’s release, many expected to see VA reform provisions included in its more than… Read more »

By Concerned Veterans for America
Monday, March 26th 2018