Stefanik, veterans brainstorm about VA health solutions


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Sitting among 20 veterans at St. Joseph’s Addiction Treatment and Recovery Centers’ veterans center, U.S. Rep Elise Stefanik asked them to expound on what they hear about health care in the North Country.

At that juncture, about a half-hour into the discussion, the most vocal person at the afternoon round-table, Clinton County Veterans Service Agency Director Steven Bowman, spoke up once again.

“Access,” he said.

“Access?” the congresswoman replied.

“Access, access, access,” he added.

Bowman then painted a picture of the plight of a veteran struggling with health issues in a remote Adirondack village.

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