House-approved spending bill sets aside billions for military construction, VA

06/4/2013 | Hill, The

The House on Tuesday voted 421-4 to advance the first spending bill of 2014, despite the threat of a veto from President Barack Obama. The bill authorizes $73.3 billion in spending, part of which would go to the Department of Veterans Affairs to help reduce the VA's claims backlog. The bill also would fund military construction projects.

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