Call to Action- a Change.org petition regarding Military Housing by The Military Matters Foundation
NOV 26, 2019 —
United States military members and their families are being made direly ill from their contaminated military housing. Adding devastating insult to injury, they are not getting medical help from the military physicians that they need in order to recover.
On November 22, 2019 we sent a letter to the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee members asking for clarification of why military physicians are not being properly trained to treat military personnel and their families' disabilities caused by substandard military housing; and why no one appears to be moving to correct this problem. Reuters has deemed it an "Ambushed at Home".
We only have a few days before the next U.S. Senate Hearing on December 3rd regarding this problem that is devastating military families and weakening the strength of our military.
Please help us flood Armed Services Committee senators with calls and emails in support of the need for questions to be asked of why military physicians are not being trained how to diagnose, treat, and cure the military-housing-caused illnesses.
Will you make a phone call or send an email to senators to make this nightmare of insult to alreadly devastaing injury for our military families end?
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