ACTION ALERT: Call Your Senator Today! Legion’s call to the Senate: Pass the VA Mission Act of 2018

Legion’s call to the Senate: Pass the VA Mission Act of 2018
Call Your Senator Today
(May 21, 2018) The Senate is due to vote on the VA Mission Act of 2018, after the House of Representatives passed their version last week 340-70. S. 2372, also known as the VA MISSION Act, would expand the Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) Comprehensive Family Caregiver Program to veterans injured in service before September 11, 2001. This bill would also consolidate and reform VA’s community care programs, as well as provide for the realignment and modernization of VA’s healthcare infrastructure. You can read more about it here. We need to support S. 2372 and have the Senate vote YES on this bill.
Call Your Senator 
Call now and tell your Senator to support the “VA Mission Act of 2018.” You can find your Senator’s phone number by selecting your state here or by calling the congressional switchboard at (202) 224-3121.
You can use this script to talk to the staffer you are connected with:
For Veterans/Caregivers/Family Members:
Hello, my name is [your name] and I live in Senator. [name] state. My address is [your address].
I am calling to urge Senator. [name] to vote YES on S. 2372.
As a veteran/caregiver/family member, this legislation would make needed changes by consolidating and reforming VA’s community care programs, as well as providing for the realignment and modernization of VA’s health care infrastructure. This bill would also expand VA’s comprehensive caregiver program to provide eligibility for veterans injured before September 11, 2001, and offer enhanced support for their caregivers.
 
If Senator. [name] wants to help veterans and caregivers, there is no better way than to support this legislation.
Please tell Senator. [name] that this constituent wants them to vote YES on S. 2372, the VA MISSION Act of 2018, and encourage them to pass this veteran-centric bill as soon as possible.
 
Thanks for your continuing support of The American Legion and America’s injured and ill veterans, their families, and caregivers.

 

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