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Veterans Legislation

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The American Independent




Eighty-eight Republicans voted against the compromise to expand health care coverage for more than 3.5 million veterans.

The House of Representatives voted 342 to 88 on Wednesday to provide better medical care for military veterans who were exposed to toxic chemicals while serving. Eighty-eight Republicans voted against the bipartisan compromise legislation — more than 40% of their caucus. Continue reading here…

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