House Committee Subpoenas VA Over HospitalA House panel voted to subpoena the Department of Veterans Affairs on Wednesday. The Veterans Affairs Committee wants thousands of pages of documents related to the cost of constructing the VA Hospital in Aurora.
House Panel Subpoenas VA Over Aurora Hospital, ArtworkA House committee has voted to issue a subpoena to the Department of Veterans Affairs, demanding that the agency turn over documents that could explain how the cost of an Aurora VA hospital ballooned to almost $1.7 billion, nearly triple earlier estimates.
House Veterans Chairman In Denver: VA Should Fire Bad Workers FasterThe chairman of the House Veterans Affairs Committee said Monday the troubled VA should fire problem employees faster and that Congress should make it easier for the entire government to dismiss bad workers.
VA Averts Construction Shutdown At Troubled Aurora HospitalLawmakers have reached a deal to keep construction underway on a troubled Veterans Administration hospital in Aurora.
Congress: 11 Days Left To Approve Cost Of VA HospitalCongress has 11 days to approve the higher price tag for the VA hospital in Aurora or construction will stop. Congress and the VA are at a standstill over what the hospital should cost and how it will be paid for.
Outside Construction Expert Joins Probe Of VA Hospital CostThe Veterans Affairs Department investigation into massive cost overruns at its Denver hospital finally has an outside construction expert.
No Outside Construction Expert On VA Probe Of Hospital WoesCongressional testimony and internal Veterans Affairs emails show the VA has no outside construction expert helping its investigation into massive cost overruns at its new Aurora hospital.
VA Offering A Look Inside Troubled Denver-Area HospitalThe Veterans Affairs Department is offering a look inside its unfinished hospital in Aurora as it struggles to persuade Congress to approve another $830 million to complete the facility.
Lawmakers: VA Fired Whistleblower, Not Executives Over Problems In DenverMembers of Congress are criticizing the VA for firing a whistleblower who warned of cost overruns at the Denver veterans hospital but taking no action against higher-ranking executives.
Congressman: VA Could Consider Selling Over-Budget HospitalThe chairman of the House Veterans Affairs Committee says the VA could consider selling or scaling back the over-budget Denver veterans hospital to find the money to complete it.
1,600 Waited 90 Days For Appointment At Denver VAAs many as 1,630 patients have had to wait for initial medical appointments at eastern Colorado veterans facilities 90 days or more after requesting them, according to a Veterans Affairs Department audit released Monday.