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What CVA accomplished in 2020

To say that 2020 was a different kind of year would be an understatement. We faced unprecedented challenges as a nation. But it has been encouraging to see Americans watch out for each other while adapting to difficult circumstances. Despite these challenges, the men and women who make up the ranks of Concerned Veterans for… Read more »

By Concerned Veterans for America
Tuesday, December 29th 2020

The VA MISSION Act made life better for this North Carolina veteran. But restrictions to access mean not all vets will be so fortunate.

Bob Phipps comes from a military family. His father was a gunner’s mate in the Navy during World War II. His siblings answered the call to serve, too, with his sister choosing the Army and his brother serving as a Navy SEAL in Vietnam. Bob added a different branch of service to the family legacy,… Read more »

By Concerned Veterans for America
Monday, June 15th 2020

Q&A: CVA Senior Advisor Darin Selnick on what limiting community care means for vets

As the COVID-19 crisis continues, veterans are still looking for answers about their access to the health care they need. In late March, the Department of Veterans Affairs proposed limiting veterans’ ability to seek care in their communities through the VA MISSION Act. This proposal raised many questions: How should veterans move forward with getting… Read more »

By Concerned Veterans for America
Tuesday, May 26th 2020

CVA executive director Nate Anderson to White House: Direct the VA to reverse its decision on pausing the VA MISSION Act

We’ve seen historic reforms to the Department of Veterans Affairs over the last few years, including increased health care choice for veterans and more accountability at the VA. But in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the VA has backtracked on much of its progress, shutting down most access to community health care, leaving many… Read more »

By Concerned Veterans for America
Tuesday, May 12th 2020

CVA and coalition to Congress: Reject state bailout requests

Federal spending efforts should be focused on helping people who are hurting. Instead, many states would use bailout money as an opportunity to clean up fiscal mistakes of the past. Recently, Concerned Veterans for America joined Americans for Prosperity and The Libre Initiative in calling for members of Congress to reject massive state bailouts that… Read more »

By Concerned Veterans for America
Monday, May 4th 2020

CVA chats with Rep. Chip Roy about veterans, the VA, and COVID-19.

Our Executive Director, Nate Anderson, “sat down” with Texas Representative Chip Roy on April 3rd to discuss issues important to veterans and all Americans as we go through the COVID-19 crisis as a nation. From health care to the VA’s response, to federal spending, we touch on a number of important topics. You can watch… Read more »

By Concerned Veterans for America
Wednesday, April 8th 2020