In the midst of the VA scandal, critics question the benefits of privatizing veterans' healthcare. Manhattan Institute's Avik Roy says that veterans should be given vouchers to have the option to choose their own healthcare and private insurance. He says that VA hospitals could be opened to compete with all patients to allow healthcare costs to decline.
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