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Congressman Lacy Clay

Representing the 1st District of Missouri

Veterans Affairs

It is very important to honor and support to our veterans of the Armed Services.  I recognize the sacrifice they make to protect this nation. It is our responsibility to take care of these soldiers and to give them proper health care and assistance once they return home from war.    I support expanded health care programs, disability compensation, and providing housing assistance for very low-income veterans.  I will support SBA programs that provide assistance to veterans to be entrepreneurs.  I will continue to working with my colleagues to improve the lives of our veterans.

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July 9, 2015 Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 9, 2015                                            

MEDIA CONTACT:

STEVEN ENGELHARDT (314) 504-4029

 

 

Congressman Wm. Lacy Clay (D) Missouri & Congressman Ruben Gallego (D) Arizona Introduce Bill to Prohibit Confederate Flags at VA Cemeteries

September 13, 2012 Press Release

MEDIA CONTACT:

STEVEN ENGELHARDT (314) 504-4029

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Thursday, September 13, 2012

Clay Praises Significant Progress at John Cochran

Veterans Affairs Medical Center

July 3, 2012 Press Release

MEDIA CONTACT:

STEVEN ENGELHARDT (314) 504-4029

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  Tuesday, 7.3.12

 

Congressman Clay and Mayor Slay Announce $600,000 in

Federal Grants to Support Job Training for Veterans

 

January 30, 2012 Press Release
It is my great honor to welcome home our brave sons and daughters who served so brilliantly in Iraq. I am proud of the grass-roots effort that grew this Welcome Home Heroes Parade from a handful of patriotic St. Louisans to the thousands who are assemble
July 26, 2011 Press Release
VA Launches New Prevention Initiative to Serve 22,000 Veteran Families at Risk of Homelessness
March 10, 2011 Press Release
Bipartisan Legislation Introduced to Right Historical Injustice in Honor of Trailblazing African American Officer
February 14, 2011 Press Release
John Travis Moton, U.S. Navy (retired) Receives Recognition After Almost 70 Years
April 21, 2010 Press Release
Act Will Support Families, Expand Mental Health Services, Help Women Veterans Receive Equal Access to Care