KARE 11 Investigates: Whistleblowers say veterans are owed millions

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KARE 11 Investigates: Whistleblowers say veterans are owed millions Author: A.J. Lagoe and Steve Eckert May 15, 2019 "This report demonstrates that VA inappropriately collected approximately $150,901,534 on 47,588 loans since 2006."

KARE 11 Investigates: Whistleblowers say veterans are owed millions Top VA officials failed to alert veterans nationwide about more than $150 million in refunds due on their VA home loans.

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MINNEAPOLIS – Thousands of veterans every year are saddled with medical debt they shouldn’t owe — some of it even turned over to collection agencies — after trips to the emergency room. A continuing.

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Hamada was awarded $11 million yen, equivalent to $110,000, and reinstated to his original position. A whistleblower protection law was enacted in Japan in 2004, but its implementation has not always been reliable, nor have whistleblower awards been substantial.

KARE 11 investigates: congress seeks quick action to fix home loan overcharges Two U.S. Senators introduce bipartisan legislation to ensure disabled veterans nationwide get hundreds of millions of dollars in refunds on VA home loans.

It is the latest twist in KARE 11’s continuing investigation "A Pattern of Denial" – documenting how veterans have been saddled with millions of dollars in medical bills they say they should not owe .