Missouri Senator Roy Blunt and others reintroduce legislation to protect veterans
The bill aims to protect veterans from unethical and unfair practices when applying for VA disability claims
On Thursday, Missouri U.S. Senator Roy Blunt joined Florida Senator Marco Rubio, and Independent Todd Young in reintroducing the Protect Our Disabled Heroes Act of 2021.
“The bill would protect our nation’s disabled veterans from unethical and unfair practices when applying for Veterans Administration (VA) disability claims,” according to a news release from Senator Roy Blunt’s office.
The release goes on to say the legislation should, “protect disabled veterans from unethical fees charged by third party organizations in preparing and executing veterans’ disability claims.”
Blunt goes on to say in the release that defrauding disable veterans is “reprehensible” and that the bill should “hold perpetrators accountable”.
You can see the full release here.