The U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims rejected a motion from the Department of Veterans Affairs asking that it be allowed to stop taking steps toward reimbursing hundreds of thousands of veterans for non-VA emergency care costs until higher courts rule on VA’s appeal. The latest ruling ensures VA will start the process required to begin paying veterans' emergency room bills. Read the whole story on the Military Advantage blog.
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