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Rep. Scalise To Undergo Another Surgery As Part Of Shooting Recovery

House Majority Whip Steve Scalise listens as 5 officers are presented with medals during a rite in November. The officers were respected for risking their lives to save others when an active shooter non-stop glow on a GOP congressional ball team’s use in June.

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House Majority Whip Steve Scalise listens as 5 officers are presented with medals during a rite in November. The officers were respected for risking their lives to save others when an active shooter non-stop glow on a GOP congressional ball team’s use in June.

Susan Walsh/AP

U.S. Rep. Steve Scalise pronounced yesterday that he has done “tremendous progress” given being shot final June.

The Republican from Louisiana is approaching to bear another medicine today.

Scalise was bleeding when a gunman non-stop glow on Republican lawmakers practicing in a Washington, D.C. suburb for a gift ball game.

A military officer, a congressional assistance and a lobbyist were also shot that day.

Scalise was shot in a hip and had prior surgeries to correct inner viscera and damaged bones.

In a statement, Scalise pronounced he was “humbled by a escape of support and prayers” that he has received.

While he didn’t yield any sum about today’s surgery, he did contend that he skeleton to sojourn intent in his work as he heals.

He did not give a specific time for his lapse to Capitol Hill.

Scalise has been operative on his reconstruction given he was creatively expelled from a sanatorium in July.

Vice President Pence tweeted yesterday that he and his mother are looking brazen to carrying Scalise “back in a House to assistance exercise a administration’s and Congress’ ‘America First’ agenda.”

Scalise done an romantic lapse to Congress in September.

NPR’s Brian Naylor reported that Scalise was greeted by a station acclaim and cheers from lawmakers on both sides of a aisle.

Scalise became a 17th member of Congress shot while in office.