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.
As a member of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee, I have regularly heard firsthand accounts from across the country regarding the VA’s negligent treatment of veterans, which may have led to dozens of wrongful deaths. As always, I want to hear from you on this very important issue. Have you or someone you know been impacted by the VA’s mismanagement? Share your story with me as I continue working to make sure veterans receive the care they earned and deserve.
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”.
Honored posthumously during a medal ceremony at Granger Community Church
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WASHINGTON D.C. - Rep. Jackie Walorski (IN-02) released the following statement after Quality Hardwood Sales, LLC announced plans this morning to expand operations in Nappanee:
WASHINGTON D.C. – This morning, Rep.
Mishawaka, Ind. – Today, Rep. Jackie Walorski (IN-02) released the following statement after the announcement that the South Bend International Airport will offer a direct flight from Newark Liberty International Airport:
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President Obama nominated West Point Graduate Robert McDonald as the new Secretary of Veterans Affairs Monday.