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115th CONGRESS
  1st Session
                                 S. 233

  To authorize the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to carry out certain 
  major medical facility leases of the Department of Veterans Affairs.


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                   IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

                            January 24, 2017

Mr. Warner (for himself, Ms. Collins, Ms. Warren, Mr. Burr, Mr. Rubio, 
 Mr. Tester, Mrs. Gillibrand, Mr. Markey, Mr. Tillis, Mr. Nelson, Mr. 
Gardner, Ms. Stabenow, Mr. King, Mr. Kaine, Mr. Bennet, Mr. Daines, and 
  Mr. Peters) introduced the following bill; which was read twice and 
             referred to the Committee on Veterans' Affairs

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                                 A BILL


 
  To authorize the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to carry out certain 
  major medical facility leases of the Department of Veterans Affairs.

    Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the 
United States of America in Congress assembled,

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.

    This Act may be cited as the ``Providing Veterans Overdue Care Act 
of 2017''.

SEC. 2. AUTHORIZATION OF CERTAIN MAJOR MEDICAL FACILITY LEASES OF THE 
              DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS.

    (a) In General.--The Secretary of Veterans Affairs may carry out 
the following major medical facility leases at the locations specified 
and in an amount for each lease not to exceed the amount specified for 
such location (not including any estimated cancellation costs):
            (1) For an outpatient clinic, Ann Arbor, Michigan, an 
        amount not to exceed $17,093,000.
            (2) For an outpatient mental health clinic, Birmingham, 
        Alabama, an amount not to exceed $6,971,000.
            (3) For an outpatient specialty clinic, Birmingham, 
        Alabama, an amount not to exceed $10,479,000.
            (4) For research space, Boston, Massachusetts, an amount 
        not to exceed $5,497,000.
            (5) For research space, Charleston, South Carolina, an 
        amount not to exceed $6,581,000.
            (6) For an outpatient clinic, Daytona Beach, Florida, an 
        amount not to exceed $12,664,000.
            (7) For Chief Business Office Purchased Care office space, 
        Denver, Colorado, an amount not to exceed $17,215,000.
            (8) For an outpatient clinic, Gainesville, Florida, an 
        amount not to exceed $4,686,000.
            (9) For an outpatient clinic, Hampton Roads, Virginia, an 
        amount not to exceed $18,124,000.
            (10) For research space, Mission Bay, California, an amount 
        not to exceed $23,454,000.
            (11) For an outpatient clinic, Missoula, Montana, an amount 
        not to exceed $7,130,000.
            (12) For an outpatient clinic, Northern Colorado, Colorado, 
        an amount not to exceed $8,776,000.
            (13) For an outpatient clinic, Ocala, Florida, an amount 
        not to exceed $5,279,000.
            (14) For an outpatient clinic, Oxnard, California, an 
        amount not to exceed $6,297,000.
            (15) For an outpatient clinic, Pike County, Georgia, an 
        amount not to exceed $5,757,000.
            (16) For an outpatient clinic, Portland, Maine, an amount 
        not to exceed $6,846,000.
            (17) For an outpatient clinic, Raleigh, North Carolina, an 
        amount not to exceed $21,607,000.
            (18) For an outpatient clinic, Santa Rosa, California, an 
        amount not to exceed $6,498,000.
            (19) For a replacement outpatient clinic, Corpus Christi, 
        Texas, an amount not to exceed $7,452,000.
            (20) For a replacement outpatient clinic, Jacksonville, 
        Florida, an amount not to exceed $18,136,000.
            (21) For a replacement outpatient clinic, Pontiac, 
        Michigan, an amount not to exceed $4,532,000.
            (22) For a replacement outpatient clinic, phase II, 
        Rochester, New York, an amount not to exceed $6,901,000.
            (23) For a replacement outpatient clinic, Tampa, Florida, 
        an amount not to exceed $10,568,000.
            (24) For a replacement outpatient clinic, Terre Haute, 
        Indiana, an amount not to exceed $4,475,000.
    (b) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to be 
appropriated to the Secretary of Veterans Affairs for fiscal year 2017 
or the year in which funds are appropriated for the Medical Facilities 
account $243,018,000 for the leases authorized in subsection (a).
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