A bipartisan deal to improve veterans' health care would authorize at least $17 billion to fix the health program scandalized by long patient wait times and falsified records covering up delays, the bill's chief supporters said Monday.
Honored posthumously during a medal ceremony at Granger Community Church
Rep. Jackie Walorski had waited patiently for her turn at the far end the dais, the part reserved for freshmen like herself. But when her time came to question the witness, she could think of only one thing to say: “I’m so sorry.”
Rep. Jackie Walorski awarded Yejee Oh, a sophomore at Penn High School, with first place in the 2014 Congressional Art Competition from the 2nd Congressional District for her artwork titled “Naturelement Mc’canigue”.
Ryan Linn served in Afghanistan for a little more than three years. He suffered a traumatic brain injury from an IED that hit his vehicle...Ryan says that, along with PTSD, have left him unable to work. He and his wife, Mallory, filed for benefits with the VA a month after he got home. But well over a year later, they were still waiting.
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MISHAWAKA, IN – Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) announced next week she will participate in a district-wide education tour where she will hear from education officials, community leaders, and students about ways to improve opportunities that will prepare northern Indiana students for a globally competitive workforce.
For details, please contact Lindsay Jancek at 202-225-3915.
LAKEVILLE — As a crowd gathered around Indiana Gov. Mike Pence Wednesday after a portion of the new U.S. 31 was dedicated as Mangus Memorial Highway, a son of the late state Rep. Richard Mangus said he knew exactly what his father would be thinking about with the opening of the long-awaited highway.
Wabash, IN – As part of her ‘Hoosier Veterans Tour’, Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) stopped in downtown Wabash today to discuss collaboration on veterans issues between local, state and federal levels.
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Michiana’s newest highway now has a new name.
At least a portion of the new U.S. 31 between South Bend and Plymouth will now be known as the Richard Mangus Memorial Highway.
LAKEVILLE — As a crowd gathered around Indiana Gov. Mike Pence Wednesday after a portion of the new U.S.