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More than 150 veterans get help during opening day of Legion's Crisis Command Center in Phoenix.
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Wait times, quality of care among issues shared with Legion during town hall meeting in Phoenix.
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Data released today confirms that the problems plaguing VA are widespread but fixable with proper leadership and appropriate resources.
Legion will be available via phone to answer questions from Department of Veterans Affairs health-care users June 10-13.
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Legislation would give veterans more choice and flexibility in their health-care treatment under certain conditions.
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Center will assist veterans and family members affected by VA's waiting-list scandal.
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Acting Director Sloan Gibson's 1st priority: Get all veterans off waiting lists and into clinics.
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National Commander: Solution is to weed out the incompetence and corruption within the VHA and the VBA
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Phoenix report confirms dishonest scheduling procedures are ‘systemic.'
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Report: Delaying medical care to veterans and manipulating records to hide those delays is 'systemic throughout' VA.
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VA chief echoes Obama's vow to get to the bottom of allegations.
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National Commander Dellinger appaluds president for demanding accountability but questions why more action wasn't taken regarding Department of Veterans Affairs scandal.
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The memo was written four years ago, stating that "inappropriate scheduling practices" were being used.
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Dozens of veterans share their stories of the care they receive at the Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center during an American Legion town hall meeting in Indiana.
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Legion: Petzel already scheduled to retire this year, so his resignation now really won’t make that much of a difference.
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Senate committee members probe VA chief for answers, national commander says recent reports were "final straw."
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House Committee on Veterans' Affairs chairman wants bipartisan commission on VA medical care access as new whistleblowers surface nationwide.
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Legion’s System Worth Saving town hall meeting reveals serious problems at the Phoenix VA facility.
National Commander Dellinger, VA secretary among witnesses at Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs hearing.
National commander will spend week attending Legion town hall meeting in Phoenix, testifying before Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs.
The following list outlines specific VA issues nationally as well as at local VA Medical Centers and Regional Offices.
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Ann Arbor facility reveals successful improvements to Legion’s System Worth Saving Task Force team.
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June 24 event will bring together Legionnaires, those suffering from TBI/PTSD and key personnel from Departments of Veterans Affairs, Defense.
The accumulation of preventable deaths, delayed health care and rewarding incompetent executives led to The American Legion’s call for the VA secretary’s resignation.
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The Legion's national commander will join members of the Legion's System Worth Saving Task Force at a town hall meeting.
National Commander Daniel Dellinger calls for the resignation of Department of Veterans Secretary Eric Shinseki, Under Secretary of Health Robert Petzel and Under Secretary of Benefits Allison Hickey during today's press conference in Indianapolis.
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American Legion agrees with secretary’s decision, calls for speedy and thorough investigation into allegations of secret waiting list.
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Another Phoenix doctor’s claim that evidence was destroyed to conceal secret waiting lists must be investigated and, if true, lead to severe consequences, Dellinger says.
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VA facility alleged to maintain secret patient wait-list to be evaulated by Legion health-care experts during Phoenix visit.
American Legion wants more proactive programs developed to address suicide risk among servicemembers, veterans.