More than 1.3 million working veterans don't have health insurance and aren't getting care from the Department of Veterans Affairs, a new study finds.

A report from the Urban Institute and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation says 10 percent of the nation's 12.5 million veterans under the age of 65 aren't insured. About 7.4 percent of veterans' family members (about 950,000 people) also aren't insured.

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