Senate passes bill to aid directed-energy attack victims

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The Senate on Monday unanimously passed a bill that would boost medical care for American diplomats and spies who develop mysterious brain injuries amid an uptick in suspected directed-energy attacks on U.S. personnel at home and abroad.

The bipartisan effort comes several weeks after POLITICO first reported that Americans were increasingly vulnerable to the suspected attacks and that administration officials were sounding the alarm to lawmakers behind closed doors.

Subsequent reports revealed that victims of directed-energy hits were facing bureaucratic hurdles preventing them from receiving proper medical attention, prompting

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