Another high ranking Bush Administration official has resigned. The Department of Veterans Affairs Undersecretary for Benefits Daniel Cooper quit amid mounting criticism over a backlog of disability claims for injured veterans that runs six months long and an appearance he made in a fundraising video for an evangelical Christian organization where he said Bible study was more important than doing his job.
You can listen to a radio report on Cooper's resignation here.
You can read my full report on his departure here.
Did you know?
The average veteran must wait almost six months for an answer on a disability claim.
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