Chairman Jeff Miller released the below statement today regarding the passing of Army veteran and VA scandal victim Barry Coates.
Chairman Jeff Miller released the below statement today ahead of President Obama’s State of the Union address.
Today, Chairman Miller released the following statement regarding the fact that two Phoenix VA Health Care System leaders, who the department targeted for termination and put on paid leave for 19 months, will be returning to work.
Today, Chairman Miller released the following statement regarding the VA secretary’s refusal to punish confirmed whistleblower retaliation at the heart of the VA scandal in Phoenix.
Today, Chairman Miller released the following statement regarding VA’s admission that it botched the disciplinary process for Diana Rubens and Kimberly Graves.
Yesterday Chairman Miller wrote to VA Sec. Robert McDonald, urging him reconsider VA’s refusal to recoup more than $400,000 that two VA employees defrauded from the government. Today, Chairman Miller released the letter along with the following statement.
Today Chairman Miller released the below statement regarding the lack of serious accountability for VA employees Diana Rubens and Kimberly Graves. The VA inspector general made criminal referrals regarding Rubens and Graves after it found they had abused their authority, enabling them to rake in a total of more than $400,000 in taxpayer-funded relocation benefits.
On Thursday, November 19, 2015, at 12:00 P.M. in room 334 of the Cannon House Office Building, Chairman Jeff Miller will host a screening of the 30-minute film “Warriors Return” by Marcia Rock.
Today the House passed two House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs-originated bills...
Chairman Miller today released the following statement regarding attempts to downplay the VA scandal.