On Monday's edition of Lubbock's First News, Congressman Randy Neugebauer spoke with Tom Collins and guest host Sondra Ziegler about the latest going on Washington.

Last week, the House voted in favor of establishing a bi-partisan Select Committee in order to investigate the attacks that took place in Benghazi last year. Neugebauer said that the Obama administration has been "less than forthright" and very slow to release any information on Benghazi. He said he hopes that this committee will be able to deliver some answers, adding that if there's really nothing to hide, then there's nothing to fear.

"...the administration has been less than forthright on this process. And I think if they has been more forthright, I think we wouldn't be where we are today. But they have not acted in good faith, and four people lost their lives. And a lot of E-mail and information has surfaced to make us believe that we need to do some more investigation."

Neugebauer also spoke about veterans' affairs and the backlog of VA benefits that have yet to be addressed. He said that people are not being truthful about how big the backlog actually is, and warned that when health care starts becoming socialized, the resources start being rationed. Neugebauer also spoke about Lois Learner and the situation in Nigeria.

Congressman Randy Neuegbauer appears every Monday at 7:35 on Lubbock's First News. Listen to the full interview with Neugebauer here:

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