Veterans should not have to pay copays for preventive health services and should get supportive care for breastfeeding without cost-sharing -- like many civilians, according to a new bill filed by two congresswomen.
U.S. Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) introduced a bipartisan bill to ensure United States military veterans do not have copays for preventive healthcare services.
Wishing the United States Air Force a happy 72nd birthday.
Veterans for Unification request that you contact your Representatives in Congress and urge them to cosponsor these two bills, H. R. 3932 and H. R. 96.
Veterans for Unification welcomed guests Linda Chapa LaVia, Director of the Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs, Dr. Mark Weiman, DMD, Army Veteran, and Cynthia McKee, VSO Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs. The meeting was held at the Oak Park Public Library on August 3, 2019.
The Army turns 244 years old today, June 14 —Happy Birthday
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Veterans for Unification welcomed guest Carolina Contreras, a Department Service Officer, from the American Legion. The meeting was held at the Oak Park Public Library on April 6, 2019.
HR 96 (originally HR 4556 in 2018), was introduced in the House of Representatives by Julia Brownley (D-CA) and currently has 43 cosponsors. Please see the list of cosponsors to check if your congressman has signed on. If not, take action today and Call 866-220-0044 Toll Free number to Congress.