The House passed a resolution to cover the problem that wasn't supposed to happened anyway. The House had made it perfectly clear that death benefits were taken into account with the Pay Our Military Act, but the Comptroller took them out anyway.The House vote was 425-0. The Senate (read "Harry Reid") has been silent about picking up the bill, now that Fisher House has stepped up to the plate. Do you think that the press will be asking questions about why the Senate continues to resist death benefits?
Is that a trick question?
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