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Titus Says Bill Will Help Vets With Medical Care

A committee from both houses of Congress has negotiated a bipartisan package to reform the Veterans' Administration.  The chief aim of the package is to improve veterans' access to medical care, which has been the subject of scandals at several VA medical centers, most recently in Phoenix. 

Nevada Congresswoman Dina Titus is a member of the committee, and she told KNPR that the bill will make it easier for veterans to get faster access to the medical care the VA already offers.  The bill also provides for GI Bill benefits for surviving spouses of veterans and sexual assault counseling for National Guard members.  Listen to our complete conversation with Congresswoman Titus here.

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