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Sep 30, 2011

EPA Report: Trichloroethylene causes cancer, found in drinking water

EPA Report: Trichloroethylene causes cancer, found in drinking water

Sep 29, 2011

EPA Ruling to Help Camp Lejeune Victims

YES! YES! YES! THANK YOU!!!!!

EPA Ruling to Help Camp Lejeune Victims

EPA Releases Final Health Assessment for TCE

YES! The report has been released!! I love the power of the PEOPLE and our tool the INTERNET!
EPA Releases Final Health Assessment for TCE

POWER TO THE PEOPLE!

Obama Blocks EPA's crucial report

Major disappointment here; the President of the United States has BLOCKED the TCE report we need to prove our cases... OUR GOVERNMENT POISENED US AND WE ARE DYING! Bastard!
 Obama blocks EPA’s crucial TCE report

Aug 30, 2011

Camp Lejeune documentary "Semper Fi; Always Faithful" will be screened that the Global Peace Film Festival in Orlando Florida

On Saturday, September 24th at 5 PM and then again on Sunday, September 25th at 3 PM, the Camp Lejeune documentary "Semper Fi; Always Faithful" will be screened that the Global Peace Film Festival in Orlando Florida.

Locations:
5 PM Saturday September 24th.
First Congregational Church of Winter Park
225 S Interlachen Avenue, Winter Park Fl 32789

3PM Sunday, September 25th.
Rollins College "Bush Auditorium"
Winter Park Florida.

Here is the link for the Film Festival and tickets. Mike Partain will be attending both screenings and be available for a question answer session afterwards.
http://www.facebook.com/l/KAQCRp6cWAQAY2BH7MrjaTGwD5kpyz5-Fi1cf7hw77zAkJA/globalpeace.slated.com/2011/film

Also: Friday, September 2, at 8:30 pm on PBS "Need to Know" will be an interview about the documentary "Semper Fi".........Set your DVR!!!!!

Jul 26, 2011

300,000 water contamination questionnaires sent to former base residents

Kris Thomas, who was diagnosed with male breast cancer, speaks at a public forum hosted by the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry on the campus of University on North Carolina at Wilmington Wednesday, July 20, 2011. Thomas, who lived at Camp Lejeune as a child, attended the public forum seeking answers related to the contaminated water at Camp Lejeune and its heath effects.
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Jul 25, 2011

UPDATE: Feds trying to determine Lejeune exposure rates

A meeting of a Community Assistance Panel to discuss historical Camp Lejeune water contamination held at UNC Wilmington closed on an emotional note, as former base residents shared their own stories of disease and hardship following their time living aboard the base.
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USMC pulls controversial water contamination booklet

Marine officials confirmed this week that a much-disputed pamphlet describing the history and effects of Camp Lejeune contaminated water had been pulled from the Marines’ official website.
The 33-page illustrated glossy pamphlet was published last July by the Marine Corps and sent to every member of Congress, then posted on the page dedicated to Camp Lejeune water information on Marines.mil.
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Jul 12, 2011

ATSDR to hold Lejeune contaminated water forum

The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry will hold a public information forum about its ongoing activities at Camp Lejeune on Wednesday, July 20 at the University of North Carolina Wilmington.
ATSDR is conducting several activities related to Camp Lejeune, including a nationwide health survey of 300,000 former residents of Camp Lejeune and Camp Pendleton. ATSDR officials hope that everyone who receives a survey will return it in order to assure comprehensive results.

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Jul 1, 2011

Toxic Secrecy: The Marine Corps' Cover-up of Water Contamination at Camp Lejeune

By ANGELA CANTERBURY and ABBY EVANSIt's been called one of the worst toxic contaminations in the country. It's also possibly one of the U.S. military's most shameful acts of deception and betrayal. Between 1957 and 1987, as many as one million Marines and their family members at Camp Lejeune drank, bathed in, and cooked with water contaminated by various volatile organic compounds--some at levels as high as 280 times what is considered safe under law. For years, the Marine Corps kept this secret, blocking many attempts to uncover the truth--even after the first news of water contamination broke in 1987.

Read more: http://pogoblog.typepad.com/pogo/2011/06/toxic-secrecy-the-marine-corps-cover-up-of-water-contamination-at-camp-lejeune.html

Jun 30, 2011

TOM PHILPOTT | Commissary savings at risk to help ill Lejeune vets

In these tight budget times, the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee has learned it must cut current spending to fund new initiatives for veterans.

Read more: http://www.kitsapsun.com/news/2011/jun/30/tom-philpott-commissary-savings-at-risk-to-help/#ixzz1QoLlL69O

Jun 29, 2011

Senate committee approves legislation on Lejeune water contamination

Legislation to get health care for hundreds of thousands of Camp Lejeune veterans and their families in the wake of significant water contamination took a significant leap forward this morning as a key Senate committee gave its approval to the bill.
The Senate Veterans Affairs Committee has just approved legislation on a voice vote. The bill now goes to the full Senate.


Read more: http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2011/06/29/116730/senate-committee-approves-legislation.html#ixzz1QhFtmsyx

Survey of 300,000 Seeks Extent of Disease From Camp Lejeune's Tainted Water

About 300,000 people who lived and worked in North Carolina’s Camp Lejeune are being asked to fill out a detailed survey to determine what diseases may be linked to the base’s contaminated water supply. As many as 1 million people may have been exposed to toxins in well water that sometimes registered 40 times higher than safety standards, The Washington Post reported.

camp lejeune, tainted water, wellThe Agency for Toxic Substances & Disease Registry also is surveying more than 50,000 people who lived and worked at Camp Pendleton in California before 1986 for comparison purposes. Officials hope the surveys will provide answers to long-standing questions about the health effects of exposure to such chemicals as benzene, a known carcinogen, and tricholorethylene and tetracholorethylene, possible carcinogens, the Post reported.

Read more on Newsmax.com: Survey of 300,000 Seeks Extent of Disease From Camp Lejeune's Tainted Water

Brockovich wades into Lejeune water issue

Well-known environmental advocate Erin Brockovich is wading into the Camp Lejeune contaminated water issue.
Brockovich — who became a household name 11 years ago when Julia Roberts portrayed her in a film about the fight against a California company that polluted a city’s water supply — has joined 22 national and state organizations in support of a bill that would make it easier for veterans and their families affected by contaminated water aboard base to receive medical assistance.



Jun 23, 2011

National, State Groups Back Health Care for Camp Lejeune Vets, Families

Washington, D.C. – Veterans and their families made ill by contaminated well water at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in North Carolina should not have to fight to get for medical care and services.
Environmental Working Group sent a letter signed by environmental advocate Erin Brockovich and 22 national and state organizations representing more than 16 million people to the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs in support of the "Caring for Camp Lejeune Veterans Act of 2011," introduced by Sens. Richard Burr (R-N.C.) and Kay Hagan (D-N.C.).
Click here to see the letter.

Capitol Hill to see water contamination documentary | documentary, hill, local - Jacksonville Daily News

Jun 22, 2011

Camp Lejeune veterans take fight to big screen

Thirty minutes into a new documentary film about one of the worst environmental disasters in U.S. history, a male breast cancer survivor describes the faith that exists among veterans of Camp Lejeune that justice will be done.
"We're in every town across America," Mike Partain says in the film. "We're in every town, in every city and every state. And every one of us has a congressman and a senator."
"Semper Fi: Always Faithful" illustrates the overwhelming odds in fighting the Defense Department, Congress and powerful special interests over the historic water contamination at the North Carolina Marine base. The two men at the film's center, Partain and veteran Marine drill instructor Jerry Ensminger, remain skeptical of the powerful operators inside the Beltway.
But not so cynical that they don't see some hope.


Read more: http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2011/06/22/116287/camp-lejeune-veterans-take-fight.html#ixzz1Q2luTsvD

NC congressman: Survey of Lejeune water will help

Rep. Brad Miller says it's "wildly unfair" to require victims to prove they wouldn't have gotten sick otherwise, so the survey will help.

Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/n/a/2011/06/22/state/n100851D64.DTL#ixzz1Q2lZkHN5

Erin Brockovich offers legal and life advice at NCAJ convention

And she offers words of encouragement for when times get tough.
"There is no obstacle that you cannot surmount," Brockovich said. "There is no challenge that you cannot meet and there is no fear that you cannot conquer not matter how it impossible it may seem."
She said she's even been contacted by thousands of people about the investigation into contaminated water at Camp Lejeune.
"The idea that they have served one or two or three tours of duty in a war and made it home safely to be poisoned on their own soil is something that I don't think any of us can tolerate," said Brockovich.
NCAJ members said Brockovich is a great source of inspiration for them which coincides with the purpose of this convention.

Federal agency begins survey about Lejeune water

A federal agency [ASTDR]  is beginning a survey of diseases that may be related to contaminated water at Camp Lejeune, where officials believe as many as 1 million people might have been exposed to toxins.

ATSDR Launches Health Survey of Marine Corps Personnel and Civilians

The Agency for Toxic Substances & Disease Registry (ATSDR) begins this week a health survey regarding diseases that may be associated with chemical exposures related to water at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in North Carolina.
The survey is to go to more than 300,000 people who lived or worked at Camp Lejeune or Camp Pendleton in California before 1986. Camp Pendleton was chosen for comparison purposes.

The survey will ask people about where they lived and worked at the bases and about their health history. Everyone who receives the survey will have detailed instructions on how to fill it out.

Jun 15, 2011

CDC to survey Marines, civilians about possible exposure to contaminants

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention plans to survey more than 300,000 Marines and civilians who lived or worked at two military bases to collect information about their possible exposure to contaminants.


Jun 12, 2011

Exclusive Interview: Senator Burr talks Camp Lejeune toxics

Exclusive Interview: Senator Burr talks Camp Lejeune toxics: "WASHINGTON, N.C. - On Wednesday, lawmakers heard testimony on a bill to compensate families who got sick from contaminated tap water at Camp Lejeune. Leading that charge to pass the bill is North Carolina Republican Senator Richard Burr. And it’s a fight he takes personally."

Lejeune water contamination hot topic at hearing

http://www.enctoday.com/articles/lejeune-91916-jdn-water-veterans.html

Congress to view 'Semper Fi: Always Faithful'

Note From Mike Partain @ tftptf.com

Next week the Camp Lejeune documentary, Semper Fi: Always Faithful, will show at the Silverdocs film festival near Washington D.C. On Thursday night there will be a special screening of the film on Capitol Hill for members of Congress and their staff.
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This screening is especially important because on Monday 29 June, S-277 will be one of the bills up for a vote in the Senate Veteran Affairs Committee (SVAC). We urge all of our members to contact their U.S. Senators and request they and their staff attend the viewing of the documentary on Tuesday 23 June at 7PM. We also encourage you to contact your U.S. Representative and request they attend the viewing as well. Please see the link below for a copy of the information flyer.
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http://www.tftptf.com/Semper_Fi_Screening_Invite__final.pdf
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Last year S-1518 was killed in committee. Now a year later, Senator Burr has kept his promise. Once again the Caring for Camp Lejeune Veterans Act is poised for another vote in the SVAC. If S-277 successfully clears the SVAC, it can proceed to the Senate for a full vote. It is time for all of us to act by showing our support. This bill will be a crucial first step in resolving our issue and will not succeed without everyone's support.
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Mike Partain
TFTPTF.com

Jun 9, 2011

Burr talks toxic water following U.S. Senate committee hearing

At a hearing on Capitol Hill Wednesday, senators made clear they are committed to fighting for the rights of those that say they were sickened by contaminated tap water at Camp Lejeune.

Warning: New 'unfunded' bennies can hurt veterans

Richard Burr (NC), advocated for his bill (S. 277) to extend eligibility for VA hospital care, medical services and nursing home care to as many as 600000 veterans and family members stationed at Camp Lejeune during years well water there was contaminated.
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Retired Marine Master Sergeant Jerry Ensminger testified that his daughter, Janey, born while the family was assigned to Camp Lejeune, died of acute lymphoblastic leukemia in 1985 when nine years old. He blames chemicals found later in the tap water there, including two known carcinogens, benzene and vinyl chloride. He said the Marine Corps and Navy Department knew about the contamination for several years but failed to act.
He referred other potential victims to a website, www.tftptf.com, for more details. Ensminger said more than 170,000 members of the Camp Lejeune community have registered with the Marine Corps as having been exposed to the water at Lejeune sometime during the 30 year period.

Hagan, Burr Work to Advance Bill Providing Health Care to Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Victims

U.S. Senator Kay R. Hagan today commented after the Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee considered the Caring for Camp Lejeune Veterans Act (S. 277) that she co-sponsored with Senator Richard Burr. The bill would open access to VA health care for veterans and their family members who developed health problems after exposure to contaminated water at Camp Lejeune.

 

Jun 8, 2011

Bill to help Camp Lejeune water victims faces uphill fight

Legislation that could offer health care to hundreds of thousands of victims of water contamination at Camp Lejeune, N.C., continues to have trouble gaining traction on a debt-wary Capitol Hill.

Read more: http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2011/06/08/115480/bill-to-help-camp-lejeune-water.html#ixzz1Oj8jwSiq

They are waiting for us to die... yea we know we have a HUGE debt... however seems we have plenty of cash to build things and give it away to other countries...

Camp Lejeune toxic water takes center stage in U.S. Senate committee hearing

Camp Lejeune toxic water takes center stage in U.S. Senate committee hearing
The Senate committee for Veterans Affairs is meeting to look at the “Caring for Camp Lejeune Veterans Act of 2011.” It provides health care and medical services to marines and families affected by contaminated water. North Carolina senator Richard Burr is the chair and cosponsored the legislation with Senator Kay Hagan.


May 29, 2011

Camp Lejeune Toxic Water Survey Planned

Camp Lejeune Toxic Water Survey Planned
Camp Lejeune Toxic Water Survey Planned, Bill to Aid Vets, Families Reintroduced in Congress

May 28, 2011

Respond to Camp Lejeune failures with integrity - St. Petersburg Times

Respond to Camp Lejeune failures with integrity - St. Petersburg Times

WorkersCompensation.com's CompNewsNetwork - ATSDR Health Survey of Pre-1986 Personnel at Camp Lejeune

WorkersCompensation.com's CompNewsNetwork - ATSDR Health Survey of Pre-1986 Personnel at Camp Lejeune

Camp Lejeune: Marine Corps Base Health Survey Flawed - Salem-News.Com

Camp Lejeune: Marine Corps Base Health Survey Flawed - Salem-News.Com

Camp Lejeune: Marine Corps Base Health Survey Flawed - Salem-News.Com

Camp Lejeune: Marine Corps Base Health Survey Flawed - Salem-News.Com

ATSDR Announces Camp Lejeune Health Survey

ATSDR Announces Camp Lejeune Health Survey
I am so excited to see ATSDR actually do a survey themselves.
YES!
Bring it on, we are ready! Thank you for listening and helping.

May 20, 2011

ATSDR to conduct health survey of former Lejeune residents, workers - - - Jacksonville Daily News

ATSDR to conduct health survey of former Lejeune residents, workers - - - Jacksonville Daily News

Lejeune Toxic Water, Now Toxic Air? | Eyewitness News 9

Lejeune Toxic Water, Now Toxic Air? Eyewitness News 9

Lejeune water issue going back to Congress | The Associated Press | News | Washington Examiner

Lejeune water issue going back to Congress The Associated Press News Washington Examiner

Lejeune water issue going back to Congress - StamfordAdvocate

Lejeune water issue going back to Congress - StamfordAdvocate

Announcements: ATSDR Health Survey of Pre-1986 Personnel at Camp Lejeune

Announcements: ATSDR Health Survey of Pre-1986 Personnel at Camp Lejeune

May 14, 2011

The right help - Editorials - NewsObserver.com

The right help - Editorials - NewsObserver.com

That there was drinking water contamination until the 1980s at the Camp Lejeune Marine base in Onslow County on North Carolina's coast is not in dispute.

May 6, 2011

Democrat gets GOP support for Camp Lejeune water bill | McClatchy

Democrat gets GOP support for Camp Lejeune water bill McClatchy

This year, there are 15 co-sponsors, but Miller is working on adding more names. He thinks it will get support even though the bill would increase costs significantly for Veterans' Affairs at a time when the GOP-led House is trying to cut the budget.

"We are running up against that some, but there is a strong sense that justice requires we do right by these families," Miller said.

May 5, 2011

Apr 24, 2011

Former Marine says he’s a victim of nation’s worst public water contamination | News Tribune

Former Marine says he’s a victim of nation’s worst public water contamination News Tribune

Semper Fi: Always Faithful

The following trailer is for "Semper FI: Always Faithful." It tells our story with the water poisoning at Camp Lejeune, NC where I and many of my friends lived. Too many people are sick and dying from what happened...please take a look and repost it if you are able so that more people can be informed.
Clips « Semper Fi: Always Faithful

Apr 21, 2011

Mary Scofield Obituary: View Mary Scofield's Obituary by Hickory Daily Record

One of my classmates, died of cancer because of the water contamination @ Camp Lejeune.


Be at peace dearest Mary, you will be missed and remain in our hearts forever.
Mary Scofield Obituary: View Mary Scofield's Obituary by Hickory Daily Record

Apr 17, 2011

Camp Lejeune Contaminated Water Disease Data Base

Camp Lejeune Contaminated Water Disease Data Base A database is being created for Camp Lejeune Water Survivors. If you would like to participate, please complete the questionare for yourself or loved ones. I for one would be interested to see how many others suffer from the same things as my family does.

Apr 15, 2011

N.C. lawmakers say Navy is secretive about Lejeune water - National - NewsObserver.com

N.C. lawmakers say Navy is secretive about Lejeune water - National - NewsObserver.com

NC officials: Navy not forthcoming about Lejeune water problems :: WRAL.com

NC officials: Navy not forthcoming about Lejeune water problems :: WRAL.com

Lawmakers blast Navy over Lejeune water contamination | McClatchy

Lawmakers blast Navy over Lejeune water contamination McClatchy

Ex-Camp Lejeune schools worker sues over water - Florida Wires - MiamiHerald.com

Ex-Camp Lejeune schools worker sues over water - Florida Wires - MiamiHerald.com

S. 277: Caring for Camp Lejeune Veterans Act of 2011 (GovTrack.us)

S. 277: Caring for Camp Lejeune Veterans Act of 2011 (GovTrack.us)

Send your message to Congress about S. 277: Caring for Camp Lejeune Veterans Act of 2011.
Vote Here to tell Congress what you think.

Sponsor
Sen. Richard Burr [R-NC]


Cosponsors:

Charles Grassley [R-IA]
Kay Hagan [D-NC]
Thomas Harkin [D-IA]
Mike Johanns [R-NE]
Bill Nelson [D-FL]

Apr 3, 2011

Senate to look into link between Lejeune water and cancer - News14.com

Senate to look into link between Lejeune water and cancer - News14.com

CAMP LEJEUNE – The U.S. Senate is looking into a suspected link between tainted water and men with breast cancer at Camp Lejeune.

The Senate's environmental and public works committee is holding a hearing on a bill to improve testing and reporting on suspected cancer clusters, birth defects and other health concerns. The National Resource Defense Council and famous environmental activist Erin Brockovich testified before the Senate.
Investigators want to know if exposure to the poisoned water caused illnesses. As many as 1 million people were exposed to the contaminated water from the mid-1950s until the wells were closed in the mid 1980s.
Nearly 160,000 people have registered with the Marine Corps to get information about the contamination.
Some North Carolina representatives are pushing for legislation that requires the Navy and Marine Corps to help complete studies to determine a link.

Mar 7, 2011

Film about Camp Lejeune's toxic water to debut at N.Y. festival - KansasCity.com

Film about Camp Lejeune's toxic water to debut at N.Y. festival - KansasCity.com

A documentary about the historic water contamination at the Marines' Camp Lejeune, N.C., will have its world premiere this spring at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York.
Read more: http://www.kansascity.com/2011/03/07/2705372/film-about-camp-lejeunes-toxic.html#ixzz1FxMIaFTM

Feb 24, 2011

Military Ethics: 'Do the Right Thing' - Salem-News.Com

Military Ethics: 'Do the Right Thing' - Salem-News.Com
The veteran who seeks medical care and disability compensation when there’s a delay in the onset of injuries is often met with open hostility by the DOD, the VA, and his own medical care providers.

Feb 9, 2011

Marines won't correct booklet on Camp Lejeune's tainted water - St. Petersburg Times

Marines won't correct booklet on Camp Lejeune's tainted water - St. Petersburg Times
The Marine Corps won't withdraw or immediately revise a booklet about water pollution at Camp Lejeune, N.C., that critics say contains errors and omissions.

Legislators press issue on Lejeune water study - ENCToday

Legislators press issue on Lejeune water study - ENCToday
Congressional staff are meeting with Navy officials this week to discuss an informational booklet published by the Corps that cites highly controversial studies surrounding contaminated water aboard Camp Lejeune. The meeting is one of a series of recent gatherings on Capitol Hill related to the decades-long period of contamination and the formed Lejeune residents who believe they were affected by it.

Feb 5, 2011

THE STAND - Toxic Homefront Empowered Survivors Take All Necessary Defense

THE STAND - Toxic Homefront Empowered Survivors Take All Necessary Defense
To receive Justice for civilian, military and military dependent peace-keepers that were wounded as a result of toxic chemical poisoning at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.

The Few, The Proud, The Forgotten- Camp Lejeune toxic water contamination

The Few, The Proud, The Forgotten- Camp Lejeune toxic water contamination
Welcome to The Few, The Proud, The Forgotten. The purpose of this site is to help provide information about the toxic water contamination aboard U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. Please feel free to register, look around our site and ask questions. We invite you to visit our Discussion page. We have also recently completed a referenced time line of events for the first half of the toxic water contamination aboard Camp Lejeune. Please review this important document and compare it to prior “official” Marine Corps versions found on the page.

Feb 4, 2011

Legislation Introduced to Help Camp Lejeune Veterans and Family Members Harmed by Chemicals in Their Drinking Water

Legislation Introduced to Help Camp Lejeune Veterans and Family Members Harmed by Chemicals in Their Drinking Water - Associated Content from Yahoo! - associatedcontent.com

Sen. Kay Hagan Co-Sponsors Key Bill to Care for Victims of Camp Lejeune Water Contamination | The State Column

Sen. Kay Hagan Co-Sponsors Key Bill to Care for Victims of Camp Lejeune Water Contamination The State Column
“Since taking office, it has been a priority for me to ensure that veterans who were exposed to contaminated water at Camp Lejeune get the answers and care they deserve,” said Hagan. “I will be working with Senator Burr to see that this important bill gets passed so we can make sure we keep our promises to our veterans.”

Judge denies motion to dismiss Lejeune water lawsuit - Jacksonville Daily News

Judge denies motion to dismiss Lejeune water lawsuit lejeune - Jacksonville Daily News
On Wednesday, Eastern District Court Judge Terrence Boyle denied a motion by the government to reconsider requests to dismiss the $10,000 injury lawsuit of Marine spouse Laura Jones, who contracted non-Hodgkins lymphoma after living aboard Lejeune for three years with her husband.

Feb 3, 2011

Burr reintroduces bill for contaminated water victims |- Jacksonville Daily News

Burr reintroduces bill for contaminated water victims bill - Jacksonville Daily News

“We now have another shot at doing the right thing for the thousands of Navy and Marine veterans and their families who were harmed during their service to our country,” Burr said in a statement Thursday. “While we continue to seek more answers, we can minimize further suffering by allowing Lejeune veterans and their families to receive the care they need and deserve.”

Feb 1, 2011

Camp Lejeune water pamphlet comes under fire - NewsObserver.com

Thomas Sinks, deputy director of the toxic substances agency, asked the Marine Corps two weeks ago to retract the booklet and pull it off a military website dedicated to disseminating public information about the contamination. Read more: Camp Lejeune water pamphlet comes under fire - NewsObserver.com


Jan 21, 2011

Miller: Dept. of Veterans Affairs must change

Miller: Dept. of Veterans Affairs must change - Stow, MA - Wicked Local Stow
Congressman Jeff Miller of Florida was recently voted chairman of the House Committee on Veterans Affairs. According to his website, the Committee is responsible for authorization and oversight of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), which is the second largest department in the federal government with more than 300,000 employees and a budget of nearly $120 billion.