Military Officers Take Priorities to Capitol HillMarch 13, 2018 | :
by Alan English
Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) will take veteran health care and benefit priorities to Capitol Hill this week.
Retired Navy Cmdr. René A. Campos, MOAA’s senior director of government relations for veterans-wounded warrior care, will highlight veteran-facing priorities before the Senate and House Veterans’ Affairs committees on March 14, 2018.
“MOAA is committed to finding ways for Congress to provide veterans with the care and benefits they have earned without cannibalizing those same benefits to pay for other earned benefits,” Campos said. “We are not, however, opposed to responsible reform efforts that will yield greater efficiencies within the VA, reduce wasteful spending and practices and allow for the fulfillment of promises made to our veterans.”
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