Where the Presidential Candidates Stand on Veterans’ Health Issues

Healthline examines the records of Carson, Clinton, Cruz, Kasich, Rubio, Sanders, and Trump on veterans’ health and then lets some former soldiers sound off.

flagAt 23 million strong, America’s veterans make up one of the largest voting blocs in the nation.

And as troubles continue to surface at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), each of the 2016 presidential candidates is wooing this coveted, if far-from-monolithic, constituency.

The seven remaining top contenders have each vowed to address the problems that have plagued the VA since 2014.

But along with the promises, each candidate, too, carries some heavy baggage on veterans’ health issues.


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  1. JS  March 17, 2016 at 7:42 pm

    Very interesting!

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