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Veterans groups will be spending this Memorial Day weekend rallying in Washington, D.C., for the passage of newly unveiled legislation that would expand healthcare access for veterans suffering from toxin exposure.

The Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, along with several other groups, will be rallying for the Senate to pass the Honoring our Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics Act on Saturday at the RFK Stadium Fairground [starting] at 1 p.m.

The article goes on to state the following:

Burn pits were often used to incinerate waste ranging from mundane trash and munitions to hazardous material and chemical compounds at military sites in Afghanistan and Iraq. The ensuing toxins have been viewed as this generation’s Agent Orange, which was a powerful herbicide that the United States used during the Vietnam War.


Jon Stewart,  former host of Daily Show, attended alongside representatives from the Wounded Warrior Project, Freeload Foundation, Burn Pits 360, AMVETS, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Disabled American Veterans, Military Officers Association of America, Reserve Organization of America, and Vietnam Veterans of America, the Examiner reports.

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  1. Anything John Stewart rallies behind..I would run away. He has no moral compass; just an idiot that always voted for bad policies and supports them while making fun of good policies that actually help people.

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