FOXNEWS

Sep 25, 2020

Sen Tillis introdues Camp Lejune justice act regarding water contamination

 Sen Tillis introdues Camp Lejune justice act regarding water contamination

Mar 12, 2020

The Camp Lejeune Justice Act - HR 6204

The Camp Lejeune Justice Act - HR 6204  (To provide for recovery by individuals who were stationed, lived, or worked at Camp Lejeune, for certain actions of omissions by the United States.) has been introduced in congress.


Go to Congress.gov to see the entry!

Feb 19, 2020

From Bell Legal Group

From Bell Legal Group
If you are NOT an existing client of Bell Legal Group OR if you have not yet filled out the attached Intake Form, please contact us at 843.546.2408 OR fill out the attached form and email it to cgebbia@edbelllaw.com

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Feb 18, 2020

Bell Legal Group

 A note from  Bell Legal Group, Ed Bell


Camp Lejeune: Everyone, we finally now have a "bill" that is scheduled for filing in the U.S. House of Representatives on March 11. Please do not contact your House Member or Senator until after the Bill is filed.
Also, if you would like some help or suggestions on how to make your contact with you Representative more meaningful, please let us know who you wish to contact and we will go into our data base and give you some suggestions on that particular Senator or Congressman.
Now is the time to increase our membership. We need members from all over the US so that all of the elected officials will be contacted by a constituent. if you can "share" the information with fellow Marines or their families to spread the word, it would benefit everyone.
Again, this will work if we all pull together. If you want a copy of the "Bill" please send me an email and i will send a copy to you right away.
Thanks
Ed Bell, Bell Legal Group
ebell@edbelllaw.com

Feb 27, 2018

VA whistleblower: Veterans poisoned at Camp Lejeune need Trump's help getting care

VA whistleblower: Veterans poisoned at Camp Lejeune need Trump's help getting care

Years later, Marine families bear scars of poisoning at Camp Lejeune

Years later, Marine families bear scars of poisoning at Camp Lejeune

Community Assistance Panel (CAP) Meetings- LIVE Stream

The link for viewing the meeting will be activated on the day of the meeting. You do not need to register to view the meeting over the internet.

Live Streaming: http://www.eventstreams.com/atsdr/014ecc/


Closed Captioning: http://www.fedrcc.us//Enter.aspx?EventID=3561574&CustomerID=321


The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) has created a community assistance panel (CAP) for the Camp Lejeune site. The purpose of the CAP is to voice the concerns of the affected community of Marines and their families and to provide input on ATSDR’s public health activities. Members of the CAP will provide individual input as well as represent the views of the community and groups to which they belong. ATSDR will consider the views expressed by CAP members during decision making.