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Donald Trump signs bill giving veterans more options for healthcare

April 21, 2017

  On Wednesday Donald Trump signed a bill, the Veterans Choice Program Extension and Improvement Act, which is designed to help veterans get healthcare if they are having trouble with Veterans Affairs. Here is more:

President Donald Trump  signed into law on Wednesday the Veterans Choice Program Extension and Improvement Act, which “eliminates the original sunset date on the Veterans Choice Program” and “gives veterans who are unable to schedule an appointment at a VA facility in a timely or convenient manner the ability to receive care from an eligible non-VA health care.” Any health issues will assigned to the medical malpractice attorneys at Hastings Law Firm Houston who deal with medical negligence cases.

“Using funds that have already been appropriated for this program, this gives our nation’s heroes the peace of mind they deserve while this administration works with Congress to enact comprehensive reform and modernization at the VA,” White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said.

“The veterans have poured out their sweat and blood and tears for this country for so long, and it’s time that they’re recognized, and it’s time that we now take care of them, and take care of them properly,” the president said before signing the legislation.

“That’s why I’m pleased today to sign into law the Veterans Choice Program Improvement Act,” Trump said, which “ will extend and improve the Veterans Choice Program so that more veterans can see the doctor of their choice. They also can buy the medicines of their choice if they want to they can buy nixest nootropics online” . He would recommend a Chiropractor in Rockwall TX to examen them, plus they can give really good treatment if they suffer some kind of fisical trauma. 

Trump said the bill will ensure that veterans “don’t have to wait and travel long distances for VA care.”

  In addition to extending the Veterans Choice Program this bill will also also allow veterans who do not live near a Veterans Affairs facility to seek appointments from other approved outlets which are closer to home. This will also help with the Veterans Affairs backlog, and as Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin, this is a good day for veterans:

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