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Even decades after war, veterans can suffer the extreme mental and physical consequences. Agent Orange was a warfare herbicidal weapon the US government used during Vietnam in order to kill vegetation and force guerillas out of hiding. But the chemical has had other detrimental effects — it's killed humans, caused birth defects, and continues to cause health problems for those who were exposed to it.

It has been the source of cancer, heart disease, and other conditions for many veterans; yet proposed legislation aims to block their insurance coverage. Chairman of the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs Patty Murray told President Obama, "Vietnam veterans have paid enough for that war. They should not end up paying for our debt."

Veterans shouldn't have to wait for coverage for conditions sustained during service. Sign the petition thanking Patty Murray for continuing to fight on behalf of our Vietnam veterans.

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Dear Patty Murray,

I applaud your efforts in speaking out for veterans who have been exposed to the deadly chemical Agent Orange.

During the Vietnam War, Agent Orange was used to kill the vegetation that was providing shelter and hiding areas for the enemy, as well as force civilians into urban environments. But Agent Orange has had an even more devastating effect — many Vietnam veterans now suffer from cancers, heart disease, blood borne diseases, and more.

What's worse is that a proposed amendment seeks to bar them from being able to receive insurance coverage for these conditions.

We cannot expose our dedicated service members to substances like Agent Orange and then refuse to provide them with the care needed to combat its effects.

Thank you for your continued dedication to our veterans. Please continue to fight for our Vietnam vets whose lives have been negatively affected by Agent Orange.

Thanks for your time.

Petition Signatures


Jun 25, 2018 Alicia Orr
Jun 19, 2018 Debbie Kelly
Jun 16, 2018 Kathleen Tashiro
Jun 14, 2018 Kathy Jones
Jun 14, 2018 Lisa W
Jun 14, 2018 Lynette Rynders
Jun 11, 2018 Paula Hornibrook My dad past away from AGENT ORANGE CANCER. Got when he was in Vietnam. My mother is waiting for a response from the VA, on my dads military paperwork, that has seemed to disappeared.
Jun 11, 2018 Dennis Ryan
Jun 11, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Jun 6, 2018 Brian Kelly
Jun 4, 2018 Madeleine Norris
Jun 1, 2018 Heather Companion
May 28, 2018 Tony Pascarella
May 22, 2018 Aliyah Khan
May 9, 2018 Terri Robb
May 9, 2018 Lynne Minore
May 8, 2018 Leo L Alonzo
May 8, 2018 suzanne caruso
May 8, 2018 Natalie Bieniarz
May 8, 2018 Susan Hogarth
May 8, 2018 debbie CONRAD
May 8, 2018 Sara Vilhena
May 8, 2018 Marion Barbour
Apr 23, 2018 Kathryn Willenpart
Apr 22, 2018 Tonya Kelley Father has Alzheimer’s & Parkinson’s. Was exposed to Agent Orange.
Apr 18, 2018 Frank Read
Apr 18, 2018 Robert Furem
Apr 14, 2018 Nancy Lowell
Apr 14, 2018 Jessie Osborne
Apr 11, 2018 Lisa vasta
Apr 9, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Apr 7, 2018 Hugh Albright I also am an Agent Orange Victim. I have been diagnosed properly and am receiving benefits and medical treatment. I did have to fight for it.
Apr 7, 2018 Gary Richardson Please continue funding for Vietnam vets for illness related to exposure to Agent Orange. I’m a Vietnam vet from 1971.
Apr 7, 2018 Betty Scott Thank you for taking care of our Veterans!
Apr 7, 2018 Roger Austin
Apr 6, 2018 thomas friedman
Apr 6, 2018 Marlena Lovewell
Apr 6, 2018 Richard Rheder
Mar 25, 2018 Paola Scodellari
Mar 24, 2018 Kelly Shanks
Mar 24, 2018 Janie Anderson
Mar 23, 2018 Jane Rigney
Mar 13, 2018 Wanda Anthony
Mar 13, 2018 Dawn Longo
Mar 13, 2018 Kathleen Shabi
Mar 13, 2018 tammy bullock
Mar 13, 2018 Robert New
Mar 13, 2018 DayLynn McDonald
Mar 6, 2018 Margaret Randall
Mar 5, 2018 Sandra Cobb

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