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WASHINGTON, DC (JULY 12, 2017) -- Congressman Don Bacon (R-NE 2nd District), who is a retired Air Force Brigadier General, was honored last night at a Capitol Hill reception for generals in Congress hosted by the nonpartisan organization Mission: Readiness.
Congressman Bacon was presented with a plaque in appreciation of his service to the country and Nebraska.
OMAHA, NE – Congressman Don Bacon (NE-02) issued the following statement regarding the public-private partnership that will fund a new ambulatory care clinic at the Veterans Affairs Hospital in Omaha:
“I want to thank the non-profit Heritage Services and the Veterans Affairs Department for coming together on this first-of-its-kind project in which government funds will be combined with private funds to deliver the care our veterans need and deserve.
Congressman Don Bacon visited local veterans Wednesday.
Bacon says his goal was to give veterans a chance to bring their issues to his attention.
He says the gathering was very informative and he learned a lot.
People expressed concerns about not getting into the VA for mental health reasons and the time it takes to get services they need.
The Congressman wants to reform veterans assistance nationwide, not just locally.
WASHINGTON D.C. – Congressman Don Bacon (NE-02) recently voted in favor of two pieces of legislation that reflect his commitment to the care of our nation’s veterans. H.R. 1259 and H.R. 1367 address staffing policies and human resource practices at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
Congressman Bacon is proud to have his office participating in the Veterans History Project, and he encourages you to join in. His office is helping to collect and preserve some of America’s greatest treasures, the stories of our war veterans and their civilian supporters.
Congressman Don Bacon, representing the 2nd District of Nebraska, held this live event to discuss the concerns of his constituents. He spoke about education and believes that the local school boards should be making decisions for their district. Congressman Bacon stated he supports President Trump’s temporary travel ban and is in favor of improving the vetting procedures. The congressman also spoke about protecting the environment and that he supports efforts to find renewable and sustainable energy.