Members of Congress had better watch out. If they end up compromising and working together to pass a veterans reform bill, more than 15% of Americans just might approve of the job they are doing.
I know, I know, that’s probably a stretch.
According to The Hill, if passed the veterans’ reform bill “would provide $10 billion for veterans to seek private care at hospitals and clinics outside the VA, and $5 billion to allow the department to hire more doctors, nurses and medical staff. Another $1.5 billion could be spent on leases to use other medical facilities at 27 sites around the country.”