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 Government Relations

There are some twenty-one-and-a-half million veterans in the United States, of which almost two-thirds never interact with the VA. Most are ignorant of the array of benefits which they have earned by virtue of their military service. Even the one-third of vets who do interact with the VA’s healthcare system and/or its benefits administration are not familiar with much of what is available to them, to their families, and to their survivors.

Top Priorities:

  • • Gaining the Fullest Possible Accounting
  • • Addressing the Legacy of Toxic Exposures
  • • Fixing the VA
  • • Organizational Reform of the VA

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H.R. 299 Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act signed into law
On June 25, 2019, the President of the United States signed into law H.R. 299,…

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VVA National President presents 2019 legislative priorities before joint session of Congress
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VVA testimony before House Veterans Affairs Subcommittee on Disability and Memorial Affairs
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