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The House passed a bill late Monday that would allow the Department of Veterans Affairs secretary to recoup bonuses from senior executives implicated in manipulating patient wait-time data last year and other wrongdoing.
A bill to overhaul veteran suicide prevention programs is getting another chance in Congress after being scuttled last month by a retiring Senate budget hawk.
The U.S. House Committee on Veterans' Affairs will hold a hearing next month into the Legionnaires' disease outbreak at the Pittsburgh VA that may have killed as many as three veterans, the committee announced today.
Public colleges and universities would be pressured to charge in-state tuition for nonresident veterans under bipartisan legislation introduced Tuesday in the House of Representatives.