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American Veterans: Congressional Action on Mental Health and Suicide Not Matching Rhetoric

LANHAM, Maryland, Sept. 10 -- American Veterans issued the following news release:

AMVETS set the tone of the Congress this year by emphasizing the key issue affecting our veterans and service members: the mental health and suicide epidemic.

In compelling testimony delivered in March, AMVETS Past National Commander Rege Riley discussed his personal story with regards to a member of AMVETS who had died by suicide in a parking a lot. AMVETS asked Congress to prioritize v . . .

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