The Department of Veterans Affairs made its required report after the close of business on the deadline day in relation to its Aurora hospital project, though its status is unclear.
“As of now, we have not determined if this CD complies with [the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee] issued subpoena,” U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman’s congressional office said in an email.
SpaceX’s investigation into the mysterious explosion of its rocket last month is drawing political support — and branching out in unusual directions.
DENVER – Three of Colorado’s U.S. representatives want more oversight into investigations regarding two SpaceX failed launches that ended in the company’s rockets exploding.
A group of 10 Republican members of Congress wrote Thursday that they are increasingly concerned about SpaceX’s ability to safely fly NASA astronauts and national security satellites after the company recently suffered its second rocket explosion in just over a year.
What an odd battle the Department of Veterans Affairs continues to wage over releasing information meant to explain the massive cost overruns at its Aurora hospital still under construction.
Washington, DC -- U.S. Representative Mike Coffman (CO-06) today issued the following statement on his “yes” vote on the Continuing Resolution, which included language to cover In vitro fertilization (IVF) for veterans with service-connected reproductive injuries:
WASHINGTON — Responding to a subpoena request from Congress, the Department of Veterans Affairs this week turned over some — but not all — of its investigative findings into a Colorado hospital that blew its construction budget by more than $1 billion.
Aurora’s Congressman Mike Coffman came out of another battle victorious this week.