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  • Trent Franks, Matt Salmon and David Schweikert wrote a letter to Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric Shinseki on Tuesday, citing reports that officials at the Phoenix Veterans Health Care System had kept a "secret list" of patient requests in order to conceal the fact that some patients were being made to wait more.

  • Congressman David Schweikert says the move "is a step in the right direction."

    2 Arizona congressmen applaud moves at Phoenix VA →

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