Interview: VA Not Looking Good After Overnight Hearing

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A federal investigative agency is examining 67 claims of retaliation made against Department of Veterans Affairs employees who helped expose mass corruption of the VA healthcare system.

VA whistleblowers said that they were threatened, harassed and humiliated by their supervisors in front of fellow employees for complaints filed.

The independent Office of Special Counsel said 30 of the complaints have passed the initial review stage. The figures were provided during a Tuesday night hearing before the House Veterans Affairs Committee.

Since June 1, when reports began to surface about corruption at the VA, 25 new complaints have been filed.

ABC News correspondent Scott Goldberg joins us with details:

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