Wounded Troops Face Too Much Bureaucracy

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In a speech this week Defense Secretary Robert Gates gave his opinion that troops injured in combat in Iraq and Afghanistan continue to face too many bureaucratic hurdles. This is true of course, but applies equally to all veterans applying for medical care and disability benefits, and not only to those who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan. The federal government should be bending over backward to help these veterans, but often seems to be more interested in delaying the process.

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