Veterans Affairs feverishly working to clear claims backlog
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has announced technology upgrades, overtime for staff members and other changes within the past two months as it attacks a huge backlog of benefit claims from veterans.
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#1 Jun 23, 2013
Yes of course, overtime for staff members attacking a HUGH backlog of benefit claims! Isn't it about time for another war?
#2 Jun 23, 2013
Did we even prosper from the Iraq war that DEMOCRATS voted for? It's a good thing we lending a hand in stealing Libya and soon to be Syria. Iran is next up on the horizon.
One of these days.
We asked for it and we allowed this to happen in our govt.
Since: May 13
#3 Jun 23, 2013
Back it up to 1991 BUSH
Or were you born yet?
#4 Jun 23, 2013
Some people are too stupid to understand the complexities of economics and resort to singling out one person for the world's ill's while I point out virtually entire groups of people.
Derivatives: 10,000 to 1.
Hold onto your hat!
From stolen land to stolen land.
#5 Jul 7, 2013
At the rate things are done at the VA, it will be 2085 before these claims are even looked at by human eyes.
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