On Madam Secretary Season 6 Episode 4, Henry's struggle to get a bill passed to improve mental health treatment for veterans becomes personal after a tragedy.

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Madam Secretary Season 6 Episode 4 revolves around a bill to improve mental health services for veterans.

After Elizabeth awards the Medal of Honor to Major Brad Jenkins, Henry invites Jenkins to speak at the Veterans Affairs Committee meeting about a bill to improve the VA's services. However, when they arrive for the meeting, they learn that it was canceled. Jenkins is angry and storms off. Henry is angry too and learns from Peeples, the head of the committee, that Morejon ordered the cancellation.

Henry goes to see Morejon against Russell's advice and learns that Morejon has reservations about the bill. Later, he has a long conversation with Jenkins and tells Elizabeth that Jenkins is extremely passionate. Elizabeth vows to get the bill passed with or without Morejon's support.

The next day, Jenkins is on the way to a meeting and gets caught in a traffic jam. He has a PTSD flashback and ends up rear ending another car. When the driver accosts him, Jenkins gets on top of his car and won't come down, resulting in a tragedy.

Henry feels guilty about not seeing Jenkins' symptoms. He and Elizabeth have an honest talk about PTSD and then Henry reads Jenkins' words in front of the committee.

Meanwhile, Daisy is called before the Senate Intelligence Committee and Talia engineers a meeting between Stevie and Dmitri.

To find out what happens, watch Madam Secretary Season 6 Episode 4 online.

Episode Details

On Madam Secretary Season 6 Episode 4, Henry teams up with a Marine veteran to fight for legislation to aid Veterans Affairs but encounters surprising resistance.

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Madam Secretary Season 6 Episode 4 Quotes

It's not the VA's fault. They're understaffed and underfunded. Congress needs to do its job.


Major Jenkins has brought great credit on himself and upheld the highest traditions of the Marines. Because of you, 10 Marines were saved and two more came home. God bless you Major Jenkins, and God bless the Marines. Sempre fi.