TAKE ACTION NOW
ON VFW-SUPPORTED TOXIC EXPOSURE BILLS
In June, the House and Senate Committees on Veterans’ Affairs introduced comprehensive legislation on toxic exposure addressing the VFW’s top legislative priority. The House bill is the Honoring our PACT Act and the Senate bill is the COST of War Act. If you haven’t already done so, we encourage all veterans, family members, friends, and supporters to Take Action Now. Spread the word so that as many people as possible will contact their senators and representatives to support these important pieces of legislation!
You can also click on the link below:
Find and listen to the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee Hearings: https://veterans.house.gov/events/hearings
Find and listen to Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee Hearings: https://www.veterans.senate.gov/hearings
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Our National VFW organization is working hard to protect those benefits and entitlements that we have earned through our military service to our nation. To make this program successful, we need as many of you as possible to participate and get involved as a "Veterans Advocate." The purpose of this program is to inform our members of the issues so we can take action by contacting (writing letters, sending emails, making phone calls, attending town hall meetings, etc.) our legislators on issues affecting veterans, active duty service members and our families. Our elected officials need to hear from us. If they don't, they will assume that it isn't important to us, make the decisions for us, and we will have to live with the consequences.