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The Senate is gearing up to vote on a bill as early as next week that would repeal the $6 billion cut to military pensions as part of a larger veterans package, according to Senate aides.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) is likely to file cloture Thursdasy on the bill, authored by Veterans Affairs Chairman Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.). That would set up a procedural vote next Monday, a Senate Democratic leadership aide said.
Sanders’s omnibus veterans bill is an estimated $30 billion measure that tackles a wide array of veterans issues