Atomic veterans deserve better
While the STDs Veterans are getting monetary compensation benefits for theirs? How much longer must we wait? Many of our Atomic Veterans have died with out receiving any benefits at all. How much longer will it take our Congress, the Senate and our President to give our Atomic Veterans, their monetary compensation benefits they deserve? Semper Fi
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Atomic veterans were put in a dangerous situation and deserve VA benefits for the injuries resulting from their exposure to high levels of radiation. Tags Richard Simpson
Two years ago, the Veterans of Foreign Wars published some information about NAAV, and Ritter got more than 10,000 inquiries. There has been some media coverage, such as a feature on the search for atomic vets by the Australian television version of 60 Minutes. Next: 557,000 atomic veterans were exposed to lethal radiation. >>
Beyond compensation, many atomic veterans want to be recognized for their sacrifice. In 1983, President Ronald Reagan issued a proclamation making July 16 National atomic veterans’ day. But it was a one-time event. Year after year, bills have been introduced in Congress to create a service medal for atomic veterans.
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Veterans deserve better than a claims backlog – Our veterans deserve better than this. As of Sept. 22, the VA had nearly 900,000 claims awaiting decisions, with close to 600,000 – two-thirds – of them having exceeded the department’s own modest.
In health care, veterans deserve more than gratitude. Our nation must live up to its promises to provide veterans with the high-quality care they have earned.
I am writing this letter to express my concerns about a serious problem that has developed with the ‘Veterans Choice Program’. Preface: V.A. hospitals have never sold or marketed the personal.
Albany Lawmakers Introduce Bill Banning Landlords From Using Facial Recognition Technology Assemblywoman Latrice Walker (D-Brownsville) alongside State Senator Brad Hoylman (D/WF-Manhattan) introduced legislation (S5687/ XYZ ) this week to curtail the use of facial recognition software by a landlord on a residential property in New York. The introduction of the measure comes just weeks after a group of Brooklyn tenants filed a formal complaint with the [.]