Legislative Program

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Nov. 2018 – Legislative newsletter issue 5

Oct. 2018 Legislative Newsletter

2018 September Legislative

2018-2019 Legislative program scoring system

Aug. 2018 Legislative Priority Goals

Aug. 2018 – Legislative

July 2018 – Legislative

Legislative Coloring Book – How to print!

Cover page – No printing on back side

Pages 1 and 16 (first and last page)

Pages 2 and 15 (print on back of 1 and 16)

Pages 3 and 14

Pages 4 and 13 (print on back of 3 and 14)

Pages 5 and 12

Pages 6 and 11 (print on back of 5 and 12)

Pages 7 and 10

Pages 8 and 9 (print on back of 7 and 10)

The goals of the Legislative program are to keep members up-to-date on all issues and pending bills relating to veterans, their dependents, active-duty military, and national security; to let legislators know our views regarding such legislation; and hold them accountable for honoring America’s promises to veterans.

History

The Legislative program got its start in 1928, at which time it was called Legislation. As the years have gone by, the Auxiliary VFW has progressed greatly with letter-writing, personal contacts, e-mails, and invitations to legislators to attend our functions so that we can share our views with them and they can tell us their positions on veterans’ issues.
Resources

Action Corps
VFW’s Checkpoint Newsletter
VFW Washington Weekly …. CLICK HERE to sign up for this e-mail update!
VFW National Headquarters
National Legislative Service
Washington, D.C. Office
Citizens Corps

Web Sites

www.house.gov
www.house.gov/house/MemberWWW.html
www.senate.gov
www.whitehouse.gov
www.archives.gov/records_of_congress/index.html
www.vfwdc.org/nls/1legis(your state).us