Politics & Government

July 28, 2014 5:45 PM

Deal reached in Congress on VA funding

House and Senate leaders have agreed to a compromise on legislation that would allocate $17 billion to reform the beleaguered Department of Veterans Affairs’ health care system. If it is approved by the full House and Senate this week, the agreement would end a lengthy standoff over the funding that at times looked to imperil any possible deal.

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