WASHINGTON, D.C. (WPVI) -- Senator John Fetterman of Pennsylvania is back on Capitol Hill after spending six weeks in the hospital to be treated for clinical depression.
Fetterman waved and said it was "good to be back" before walking in to the building on Monday afternoon.
Fetterman was set to cast his vote to confirm a circuit court judicial nomination on Monday night.
The 53-year-old will also be co-chairing a panel hearing on Wednesday.
The Democrat was treated for six weeks and has previously said that healthcare "changed his life."
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Along with the mental health issues, Fetterman has struggled with an auditory processing disorder, a lingering effect of a stroke he suffered last May.
Fetterman now uses devices that transcribe spoken words in real-time.
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