VA Nominee Wins Committee Approval

The Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee has unanimously approved the nomination of Robert McDonald to be the next Veterans Affairs secretary. The nomination now heads to the full Senate for consideration. Watch his testimony here plus an update on overhaul bill negotiations.

VA Nominee Wins Committee Approval

The Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee has unanimously approved the nomination of Robert McDonald to be the next Veterans Affairs secretary. The nomination now heads to the full Senate for consideration. Watch his testimony here plus an update on overhaul bill negotiations.

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