Tie care to service

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I would think that if veterans with nonservice-related ailments used their Medicare or private insurance coverage, the impact to the Veterans Affairs hospitals would be positive.

The VA should immediately suspend the ability of veterans with a nonservice-related ailment to go to the VA. The result should mean that the veteran with a service-related problem would be able to see a VA doctor that much sooner. I don’t have the statistics to back up my assumption, but it can’t hurt.

ED KEPPEL
Bethel Park


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