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Veterans’ protest targets VA scandal

Dan Wilcox, of Albany, holds flags in front of the Stratton Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Albany on Thursday during a Veterans for Peace protest to demand adequate healthcare for veterans across the country.
Dan Wilcox, of Albany, holds flags in front of the Stratton Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Albany on Thursday during a Veterans for Peace protest to demand adequate healthcare for veterans across the country.
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A group of local veterans gathered Thursday outside the Stratton Veterans Affairs Medical Center to protest deplorable health care treatment offered at some VA hospitals, while praising the hospital they stood in front of and VA care in general. What members of Veterans for Peace are asking for is more funding to treat a growing influx of vets in need. “This place is pretty good,” Tarak Kauff of Woodstock, a Vietnam-era Army veteran and national ...


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