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Rosendale Supports Veterans-Related Legislation

Washington, D.C. – Yesterday, Representative Matt Rosendale voted in support of several pieces of veterans-related legislation, which passed in the U.S. House of Representatives.

"Since entering Congress, a top priority of mine has been to ensure that Montana's veterans are receiving the benefits and quality care they deserve," Representative Rosendale said. "I am happy to see these pieces of legislation pass in the House, and I trust they will move quickly through the U.S. Senate and be placed on the President's desk to be signed into law."

Representative Rosendale voted in favor of the following pieces of legislation:

H.R. 7500 - To Authorize Major Medical Facility Projects for the Department of Veterans Affairs

H.R. 5754 - Patient Advocate Tracker Act

H.R. 6604 - Veterans Eligibility to Transfer Credit Act

S. 2687 - Strengthening Oversight for Veterans Act

H.R. 7375 - To Direct the Secretary of VA to update the payment system of the VA to Allow Electronic Fund Transfer of Educational Assistance

H.R. 6376 - Student Veteran Work Study Modernization Act

H.R. 7153 - VA Principles of Benefits Automation Act