Many younger vets among the ranks of uninsured
WASHINGTON — More than quarter of all veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan don't have health insurance and aren't part of the Department of Veterans Affairs health system, according to an analysis of VA data.
The uninsured rate among these recent veterans is higher than for other war periods and for veterans as a whole, raising concerns that veterans recently back from the wars might not be taking...
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