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House Passes Congressman Doggett’s Wounded Veteran Job Security Act

On June 8, the House passed my Wounded Veteran Job Security Act to ensure no wounded veteran ever has to make the decision between getting well and getting paid. The bill amends existing law to establish the right of veterans who receive treatment for illness, injuries, and disabilities incurred in, or aggravated by, uniformed service to the United States to be retained by their employers. This bill is important to our commitment to our nation's veterans because battlefield injuries often don't end on the battlefield, and neither should our commitment to wounded warriors. The legislation is supported by many organizations, including the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Fleet Reserve Association, and Disabled American Veterans. Click here for video of my remarks on the House Floor about the Wounded Veteran Job Security Act.
So...this was posted by the Bills appears that it passed the House, so I'm a little confused.

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  •  Tip Jar (0+ / 0-) Scott Noren DDS

    by DoctorNoren on Wed May 21, 2014 at 07:45:13 PM PDT

  •  HR 1774 (0+ / 0-)

       A search done by Doggett - is HR1774.   It was referred to Committee - in 2013 and is busy dying a quick death.

         HR 466 = in related to Social Security number not being listed on Social Security Death Master file.

    •  HR 466 passed the House, not the Democratic Senate (0+ / 0-)

      It passed the House, not the Senate...the point is that it passed the republican majority held House.... Scott Noren DDS

      by DoctorNoren on Wed May 21, 2014 at 08:13:58 PM PDT

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      •  If you had a date on the unacknowledged quoted (2+ / 0-)
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        material you'd probably notice that Rep. Doggett's Wounded Veteran Job Security Act did indeed pass the House as H.R. 466, but not in this Congress. That was in the 111th Congress.

        The Congress, and thus the bill, expired before the bill passed the Senate.

        It was reintroduced into the 113th as H.R 1774 by Rep. Doggett where it was assigned to committee to die. estimates H.R. 1774 has a 1% chance of enactment..

        Does this help?

        War beats down, and sows with salt, the hearts and minds of soldiers." Brecht

        by DaNang65 on Wed May 21, 2014 at 09:23:56 PM PDT

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