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CVA statement on Sen. Isakson resignation

Grassroots veterans group applauds a career of service   ARLINGTON, Va.—Upon news of Sen. Johnny Isakson’s announcement that he will resign at the end of the year, Concerned Veterans for America Executive Director, Nate Anderson, released the following statement: On behalf of Concerned Veterans for America, we thank Senator Isakson for his honorable military service… Read more »

CVA applauds amendment mandating Congressional authorization before potential conflict with Iran

Veterans group praises Gaetz/Khanna amendment to FY2020 National Defense Authorization Act reasserting Congress’s constitutional role as a co-equal branch in matters of armed conflict   ARLINGTON, Va.—Concerned Veterans for America (CVA) commended the House on Friday for passing a measure to ensure military action cannot be taken against Iran without Congressional approval, reasserting Congress’s role… Read more »

POLL: Veterans and Military Families support VA choice, more restrained foreign policy

New poll shows support for Afghanistan and Syria withdrawal and Trump Administration efforts to expand veterans’ health care choice   A new poll commissioned by Concerned Veterans for America (CVA) and conducted by In Pursuit Of, LLC shows veterans and military family members favor increased choice in the delivery of veterans’ health care, a more… Read more »

CVA releases 2019 federal legislative agenda

Grassroots veterans group cautiously optimistic as it releases ambitious agenda to protect past legislative gains and grow into new issue areas ARLINGTON, Va.—Concerned Veterans for America (CVA) on Tuesday released its 2019 federal legislative agenda, laying down markers for the new Congress on important issues. The group looks to build on the momentum it created… Read more »

CVA to Baldwin: ‘You didn’t show up for us’

Grassroots veterans group calls out Baldwin in new, upper-six-figure ad campaign MADISON, Wis.— Concerned Veterans for America-Wisconsin (CVA-WI) on Wednesday launched a new, over $800,000 ad campaign urging Wisconsinites to reject Tammy Baldwin in November. The ad, “Showing Up,” reminds voters Baldwin didn’t show up for veterans, especially when they needed her most. Watch the… Read more »

Investigation Finds the VA Concealed Serious Errors and Misconduct by Employees

Arlington, VA – A USA TODAY investigation released today found that the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) concealed serious errors and misconduct by staff entrusted with the care of veterans. In as many as 126 cases, the VA found the workers’ misconduct or mistakes were serious enough that they should have been fired. In a majority of those settlements,… Read more »

Hundreds of New Mexicans Voice Opposition of Secretary Oliver’s Unconstitutional Anti-Free Speech Measure

Albuquerque, NM – Today is the final day for New Mexicans to submit official written comments regarding Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver’s revised measure to limit free speech in the state. Concerned Veterans for America (CVA) has witnessed strong disapproval to this measure as hundreds of New Mexicans have taken direct action to voice opposition of Oliver’s proposed rule. Late… Read more »