US House passes legislation to extend Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans benefits

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — Congressman Anthony Brindisi joined parties from both sides of the aisle to pass the blue water navy vietnam veterans act of 2019. This new act will give veterans access to earned benefits for those who served in the territorial waters off the shores of vietnam and were exposed to agent orange.

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House passes Blue Water Navy bill; now it's up to the Senate. – The Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act, which would make naval veterans who served on the shore of Vietnam during the Vietnam War eligible for compensation through the Department of Veterans Affairs for health conditions associated with exposure to the herbicide Agent Orange, passed in the House with a 382-0 vote Monday night.

Washington, D.C. -The House of Representatives has passed the Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act – legislation Congresswoman Elise Stefanik (R-NY-21) cosponsored that expands benefits for Vietnam Blue Water Navy veterans who are currently suffering from diseases they developed as a result of their service.

GOP Kills Bill That Would Extend Agent Orange Benefits To US. – The Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act would extend eligibility for disability compensation and health care to "Blue Water" Navy veterans – servicemembers who were aboard aircraft carriers, cruisers, destroyers and other ships, some of whom have fought for years to prove they were exposed to Agent Orange.

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U.S. Air force planes spray the defoliant chemical Agent Orange over dense vegetation in South Vietnam in this 1966 photo. Veterans groups are seeking benefits. tasks. Passed by the House.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – – Today, Chairman Mark Takano (D-Cali.) and ranking member dr. Phil Roe (R-Tenn.) released the following statements after the House passed the Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act of 2019, H.R. 299.The bill unanimously passed the House, 410 – 0. "I am so proud to say the House has finally passed the Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act," said Chairman Takano.