MOAA’s New Legislative Action Center
MOAA's new Legislative Action Center will enable you and other virtual advocates to be more engaged with MOAA's advocacy in Washington, D.C. You may notice some changes at their Legislative Action Center and on individual “Take Action” messages. Their new system is designed to make it even easier to reach out to your lawmakers on these issues, as well as track what MOAA is engaging on in the halls of Congress. To access the new action center, click here. If you have any questions, check out their FAQ section and walk-through video.
The following subjects are among those covered by MOAA this week (February 15, 2024)
March Madness: Wasteful Budget Delays Continue to Threaten Your Pay, Benefits
'Solutions' to Address Military Food Insecurity Fall Short
Data-Sharing Pledge Will Help Veterans Access New Programs, Needed Care
HEALTH CARE & EARNED BENEFITS
New App Will Let Patients at 5 Military Hospitals Access Care Via Their Phones
Military's Shortage of Mental Health Workers Causing Long Waits for Care
Follow trends on MOAA’s COLA Watch.
MOAA’S LEGISLATIVE PRIORITIES FOR THE 118TH CONGRESS
New Hampshire Congressional Delegation Scorecard
See how our Congressional Delegation stand on key bills affecting the military, retirees and survivors.
MOAA has created a page on their web site for each individual legislator to summarize the information for you in one spot rather than making you sort through cosponsor lists for multiple bills.
Just follow these five steps:
Congressional Voting Records
Want to know who voted for what legislation? Check to see how our Congressional Delegation voted on any bill! Visit the Project Vote Smart website, click on "New Hampshire" and "GO". There you will find a wealth of information at your fingertips not only about Congress, but other federal and state officials as well!!
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