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Lawmakers seek to protect VA from future shutdowns

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WASHINGTON — A Senate panel has approved legislation designed to ensure an array of veterans programs are exempt from the threat of any future government shutdown. Health care delivered through the Department of Veterans Affairs was unaffected during last month's 16-day shutdown because Congress funds health services one year in advance. Now, lawmakers want to extend similar safeguards to...

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