Support Congressional Gold Medal to Honor Benghazi Heroes (v. 9)

In recognition of distinguished acts of bravery, leadership, and achievement that have an enduring impact on American history, Congress is authorized to bestow its highest civilian honor – the Congressional Gold Medal – on individuals whose contributions
and service to our nation stand as a testament to our founding principles. 

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Support Legislation to Require the DoD Rename Military Installations

Recent events in Charlottesville have highlighted the need to address our Civil War history and the relics of the Confederacy that remain throughout our country. Still today, eight U.S. Army bases are named after Confederate generals. Our military bases
are supposed to be named after America’s heroes who fought to defend the United States and the values that service members pledge to defend. Military officers of the Confederacy did not serve the United States, and their names should be rightfully removed
from these military bases.

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Support Congressional Gold Medal to Honor Benghazi Heroes (v. 8)

In recognition of distinguished acts of bravery, leadership, and achievement that have an enduring impact on American history, Congress is authorized to bestow its highest civilian honor – the Congressional Gold Medal – on individuals whose contributions
and service to our nation stand as a testament to our founding principles. 

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Support Congressional Gold Medal to Honor Benghazi Heroes (v. 7)

In recognition of distinguished acts of bravery, leadership, and achievement that have an enduring impact on American history, Congress is authorized to bestow its highest civilian honor – the Congressional Gold Medal – on individuals whose contributions
and service to our nation stand as a testament to our founding principles. 

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VA Needs to Focus on its Core Mission, not Hotel Property Management

Did you know that the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) currently owns a 5-star, 24-room boutique hotel, restaurant, and club in downtown Paris, France? The hotel, Pershing Hall, is a building originally procured by the American Legion to serve as a memorial
to our “Doughboys” who served in France during World War I. The building was transferred to the VA in 1991 and in 1998, the VA leased Pershing Hall for a 99-year period to a French firm that redeveloped the property as a luxury hotel.

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Support Congressional Gold Medal to Honor Benghazi Heroes (v. 6)

In recognition of distinguished acts of bravery, leadership, and achievement that have an enduring impact on American history, Congress is authorized to bestow its highest civilian honor – the Congressional Gold Medal – on individuals whose contributions
and service to our nation stand as a testament to our founding principles. 

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