Our veterans put their lives on the line to protect America. As a former Army Ranger, I believe our country has a solemn obligation to our veterans. Unfortunately, too often, our country fails them.
The current state of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is a particular insult to our veterans. While many do receive care in an honorable fashion. Others are neglected or receive subpar care. Congress has historically responded by throwing more money at the problem. This has only treated the symptoms, not the cause of the problems.
Veterans face specific difficulties related to their time in service, and the support systems that our nation put in place for them often create as many problems as they solve. As the nation continues to look for ways to care for its people, we must especially consider veterans’ needs and think proactively about how new policies and changes will affect their care.
Rep. Davidson's Legislation
Other Legislative Actions
Led a letter urging the National Archives to properly staff the National Personnel Records Center during COVID 19 pandemic.
More on Veterans
|11/12/21||Reclaiming War Powers: The Homage Congress Owes Veterans|
|4/6/21||Davidson to Personnel Records Chief: “America Keeps its Promises to Veterans”|
|2/3/21||Davidson Reintroduces Bill to Protect Veterans’ Benefits During COVID Pandemic|
|3/3/20||Davidson: "Bring Our Troops Home."|
|3/6/19||Davidson Praises Executive Order Aimed at Lowering Veterans' Suicide|
|2/28/19||Gun Control Bill Skips Fundamental NICS Flaws|
|2/27/19||Gun Control Bill Would Cause More Problems|
|1/15/19||Congressman Davidson Announces Service Academy Nominations|
|11/7/17||Davidson Applauds National Designation of Veterans Memorial and Museum on House Floor|
|6/13/17||Davidson Praises Passage of the VA Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act|