More controversy surrounding the Veterans Administration. This time it involves exposure to tainted water.
FOX's Eben Brown reports:
A group of veterans have been fighting the V.A. healthcare system over claims related to exposure to water at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, that for 30 years was contaminated with carcinogens.
Yale law school is suing, demanding the V.A. make public it's procedures for handling these claims:
(Minnis) "There's no knowledge about their training. There's no knowledge about their credentials. There's no knowledge about what sort of methodology they're using. And the V.A. doesn't have the expertise on how to do these claims, yet they're refusing to provide any details on how this process worlds."
Yale law student Rory Minnis himself, a retired marine, claims the V.A. has ignored requests for months.
Eben Brown, FOX News.