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Vets Who Are Denied Benefits Face Antiquated Appeals System That Can Take Decades

08:47 EST 14 Nov 2017 | Kaiser Health News

The Department of Veterans Affairs pays benefits to about 5 million people, but more than 470,000 veterans have been denied and are appealing. Those appeals can be mired in bureacracy for years. Also in the news, an Arizona-based company that oversees care for some veterans is hoping to extend its contract -- even as it's a target of a federal grand jury investigation.

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