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VA Paid Thousands For Adviser Involved In Privatization Push To Commute From California To D.C. Over Three Month Period

08:47 EST 19 Feb 2019 | Kaiser Health News

Darin Selnick, a senior Veterans Affairs adviser, flew to Washington, D.C. from California for two weeks out of every month, at taxpayers' expense. Reports show that the costs for the six trips during the time period between Oct. 21, 2018, and Jan. 19, 2019 included: $3,885.60 for six round-trip flights in coach, $5,595.46 for 23 nights in hotels and $1,976 for meals. In other news, an army veteran is suing over defective earplugs.

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