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Dayton VA: Funds Available Through Late Ocotber; Interments will Continue
DAYTON -- The Veterans Health Administration says it has money to keep hospitals, clinics and other services open, at least through fiscal year 2014.
Beyond late October 2013, however, claims processing and payments for programs would be suspended as the funds dry up.
Interments at national cemeteries will continue, the VA says, but possibly on a reduced schedule.
“In the event of a prolonged shutdown, VA will continue to review and update its plan in conjunction with the applicable legal requirements and circumstances.
On October 8, More than 7,000 VA employees were furloughed and all public access to VBA regional offices and facilities was suspended.
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