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Physicians can wait as long as a year to start working even after they've been hired, department officials acknowledged.
“The people who want to spend more than the Biden number have built a lot of support, and yes, I think that is a potential bipartisan pathway,” says House Armed Services Committee Chairman Adam Smith. “I don’t support it, I don’t think that’s where we should go, but at the end of the day, I have one vote.”
House appropriators' funding of the CH-47F Block II Chinook cargo helicopter in its FY22 spending bill sets up another year of support for a procurement program for which the Army has little appetite.
By Jen Judson