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Prosecutions, firings needed to root out corruption at Department of Veterans Affairs, IG testifies

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Prosecuting Department of Veterans Affairs officials who broke the law and firing those who deliberately manipulated reported wait times to hide long backlogs is the surest way of ending fraudulent practices, the agency's interim inspector general told a House committee Monday. “It comes down to accountability of the senior leadership out at these facilities,” Richard Griffin said when asked...

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