Washington Week

Military Suicide Prevention and 2016 Super PACs

Clip: 05/21/2015 | 9m 10s | Video has closed captioning.

The Pentagon recently ended its suicide prevention program, Vets4Warriors. Yochi Dreazen reports on why the program, which has assisted hundreds of thousands of veterans, is at risk. Dan Balz explains the role super PACs will play in the primary elections. Plus, why no one should underestimate certain 2016 "underdogs" and a report on the state of the infrastructure bill in Congress.

Aired: 05/21/15

Rating: NR

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