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HELENA — The Senate has passed comprehensive legislation to address the health care needs of toxic-exposed veterans.

The bill passed 84 to 14 on Thursday and will now head to the House where it must pass before heading to the President’s desk.

“The Senate took a historic step today to deliver all eras of veterans their earned support through passage of the Sergeant First Class Heath Robinson Honoring Our PACT Act,” said Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., Chairman of the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee. “For hundreds of thousands of veterans, generations of our all-volunteer military and their families—this bill is putting us on a path to finally recognizing the toxic wounds of war.” Continue reading here…

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