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CLINTON [CONTINUED FROM PAGE 72]


century, we cannot simply throw more money at the problem or tell veterans to go get private care, as the VA’s implementation of the Vet- erans’ Choice Act has shown. We also cannot throw our veterans at the mercy of the private insurance system without any care coordina- tion, or leave them to fend for them- selves with health care providers who have no expertise in the unique challenges facing veterans. The Vet- erans Health Administration (VHA) must embrace comprehensive pro- cess and systems integration across its health care enterprise to ensure a fully-networked and financial- ly-sustainable organization that is dedicated to best practices and con- tinual improvement in everything it does. For more details, see Secretary


Clinton’s comprehensive veterans poli- cy agenda at https://www.hillarycli nton.com/briefing/factsheets/2015/ 11/11/supporting-our-veterans-troo ps-and-their-families. MO


RESPONSES FROM LIBERTARIAN NOMINEE GARY JOHNSON


In response to member re- quests through MOAA’s Face- book page (www.facebook .com/moaa), we solicited re- sponses from Libertarian Party presidential candidate Gary Johnson on the same four mil- itary-themed questions. Due to the timing of our request and publishing deadlines, we were unable to present Johnson’s responses alongside those of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump; instead, you may find them in this issue’s Washing- ton Scene, page 29.


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