The House voted Wednesday to ban all Department of Veterans Affairs medical testing that causes pain to dogs, language that is now part of a multi-agency funding bill.
By voice vote, lawmakers approved an amendment that would prevent the VA from spending any money on those tests. The bipartisan proposal was offered by Reps. Dave Brat, R-Va., and Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev.
“My amendment combines three bipartisan issues — puppies, veterans, and government accountability,” Brat said on the House floor.
Lawmakers will now vote on the dog testing ban as part of the chamber’s “minibus,” a bundle of four national security appropriations bills they are angling to pass before the August recess.
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