Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert A. McDonald made the following statement regarding the apparent compromise legislation moving through Congress that would prevent a shutdown of the construction of the Denver Replacement Medical Center in Aurora, Colorado:

“I am pleased that Congress has taken action to ensure that construction at the site of the Denver Replacement Medical Center will continue. VA remains committed to doing the right thing for taxpayers and for the nearly 400,000 Colorado Veterans and families that the Aurora hospital will serve.  I look forward to working with Congress in the coming weeks to determine a path forward to finishing the campus.”

Sec. Bob McDonald visits Phoenix and Las Vegas VAMC

Secretary Robert A. McDonald

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Published on May. 21, 2015

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