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Veterans Affairs audit: New Jersey fares better, but there's room to improve

A recent audit showed dozens of veterans are

A recent audit showed dozens of veterans are waiting to be treated in New Jersey's Veterans Affairs hospitals, and although that number is low compared to other states, veterans say there is work to be done. (June 9, 2014 10:48 PM)

A recent audit showed dozens of veterans are waiting to be treated in New Jersey's Veterans Affairs hospitals, and although that number is low compared to other states, veterans say there is work to be done.

Stephen Macko is the commander of the American Legion Father and Son Post 435 in Edison. He and his men are happy with the VA health care in New Jersey, but they have much different feelings...

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