John Fetterman set to return to Senate after treatment for depression
The Pennsylvania Democrat visited a facility in mid-February.
Pennsylvania Sen. John Fetterman is expected to return to Congress the week of April 17, after the upcoming two-week vacation, according to a source familiar with the matter.
The Democratic lawmaker, who suffered a stroke during his campaign, settled into an impatient establishment in mid-February as he suffered from depression.
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