3 Calls from Arizona to Washington ... and now, here in Jacksonville-- are growing louder-- demanding an investigation into our Veterans Affairs Hospitals. They want accountability for WHY vets are having to wait months before receiving treatment. Yesterday, the department head testified before a senate committee, growing angry over what's happened. 3 3-8 3 Channel 4's Kent Justice spoke with veterans today and two of our area's federal lawmakers, about this controversy. Kent joins us now live from the Veterans Memorial Wall in downtown Jacksonville. Kent? 3 Outrageous is one of the descriptions followed by disappointing and unacceptable. Those adjectives flying - from all sides. 3 0-59-131:33-1:38 These members of Congress from Jacksonville stand on opposite sides of the Veterans Administration controversy.TAKE SOT Crenshaw Speaking before a Clay County chamber of commerce Military Appreciation Luncheon - Congressman Ander Crenshaw calls it unacceptable.TAKE SOT Even if, like this man, they haven't received poor service themselves from the VA - Local veterans are also concerned - and want the VA's feet held to the fire.TAKE SOT ERNIE BROWN / SERVED IN MARINES 1955-1976 Congresswoman Corrine Brown supports Secretary Shinseki and his leadership.She issued a statement the day Shinseski testified on Capitol Hill - then met with us to further explain why she doesn't believe the secretary should leave office - but she DOES support the investigation.TAKE SOT Congresswoman 3 The Veterans Administration admits the death of 23 people in 9 states because of delayed care.Their report - confirms many veterans were forced to wait too long for simple tests like colonoscopies.