Yes, but only if it triggers further services to help the veteran (e.g. pain mgmt. with use of co-therapies or alternative healing measures, counseling for suicidal ideation, PTSD, and other emerging crisis related concerns), not to have them wallow in physical or emotional pain on some waiting list. To just receive their names from other states may just target them for no other reason than they’ve moved among states several times, or sought relief, but no one was helping them, or how about numerous surgeries that all required opiates? After receiving 7 major surgeries in under 4 yrs, on and off opiates, I would have hated to have been targeted for “abuse,” due to circumstances beyond my control, and treated like an addict when it was never the case. Or how about losing my 2A rights, or who knows what else abuse could come of this? Treat this narrowly and targeted for what it’s intent is, and I say yes. But we must always be mindful of overzealous politicians on either side.