"Both chambers of Congress are handling this important issue in different ways. My bipartisan bill has 168 cosponsors and has been endorsed by 20 veterans service organizations, so my office is doing everything possible to convince our colleagues that the House and Senate should reconcile as quickly as possible for Gold Star families," she said in a statement.
"I'm proud of what we've already achieved in the first 100 days, and we're just getting started," Ms. Luria told The Washington Times. "From introducing legislation to protect and preserve the Chesapeake Bay to ensuring our veterans get the benefits they've earned, I'm working hard to deliver results for the Virginians I have the honor of representing in Washington."
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