U.S. House committee wants to hear from veterans with toxic exposure
Veterans who experienced toxic exposure in the military now have a chance to tell their stories to people who can make a difference.
U.S. Rep. Mark Takano (D-CA), chairman of the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, announced last week the committee wants veterans to participate in an online survey about the effects of toxic exposure.
“Your responses will help the Committee better understand veterans’ experiences with toxic exposure and how Congress can help ensure these veterans receive the benefits they have earned and deserve,” Takano wrote in a Jan. 11 newsletter.
The survey asks about exposure, health conditions, VA benefits and how Congress can help.