VETERANS CARE & SAFETY
A senior official at the Department of Veterans Affairs is warning Congress on Monday that it needs to fill a $3 billion shortfall or risk shutting down VA hospitals in August.
“It is essential that Congress pass legislation to provide the requested budget flexibility by the end of July 2015,” Deputy Secretary Sloan Gibson wrote in a letter to lawmakers.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is at risk of shutting down an unspecified number of hospitals by August if Congress doesn't fill a $3 billion shortfall by the end of July, according to The Hill.
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