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Chairman Miller Demands VA Secretary McDonald Comply with Subpoena

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On Friday, Chairman Miller wrote Department of Veterans Affairs Sec. Bob McDonald regarding the department’s failure to comply with the committee’s Sept. 7 subpoena for information on VA art expenditures and the replacement Denver VA medical center, the biggest construction failure in VA history
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On Friday, Chairman Miller wrote Department of Veterans Affairs Sec. Bob McDonald regarding the department’s failure to comply with the committee’s Sept. 7 subpoena for information on VA art expenditures and the replacement Denver VA medical center, the biggest construction failure in VA history. Read the letter here.

VA’s Sept. 28 subpoena response failed to meet the terms set out by the committee, with the department turning over just 18 of 71 items related to the Denver project while providing incomplete and misleading information on art expenditures.

Additionally, Chairman Miller released the below statement today regarding VA’s failure to comply with the subpoena.

“As a taxpayer-funded organization, VA has a responsibility to explain its actions to Congress and the public. Right now, it is failing in that responsibility. We simply will not tolerate VA’s attempts to keep information related to its wasteful art expenditures and the biggest construction failure in VA history shrouded in secrecy. Sec. McDonald must immediately comply with the terms of this subpoena.” – Rep. Jeff Miller, Chairman, House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs

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