Category: Monsanto

Support Extension of Agent Orange Act (HR 3423)

Support Extension of Agent Orange Act (HR 3423) Take Action! Time is Running Out for Agent Orange Act Congressman Tim Walz (MN) recently introduced the Fleet Reserve Association-supported “Agent Orange Extension Act,” (H.R. 3423) which would extend by two years the original sunset deadline of the Agent Orange Act of 1991 to ensure that Vietnam… Read more »

Agent Orange Steeped in Discrimination

Agent Orange Steeped in Discrimination Vietnam Veterans still struggle to make sense of the toll their military service has taken on their children and grand children. Many Veterans who are ailing from Agent Orange related illnesses still want answers to why their children who were born after their service have birth defects or illnesses and… Read more »

STOP AGENT ORANGE ACT’S TWILIGHT NOW

H.R. 3423 is currently in the hands if the Subcommittee on Disability Assistance & Memorial Affairs. If the Agent Orange Act of 1991 is allowed to expire, there will be no new ailments added to presumptive exposure list. It is set to expire September 30th, 2015. It’s Monday morning and before I go to work, I… Read more »

AGENT ORANGE RESEARCH ENDS

Agent Orange Legislative history

Legislative Mandate Set to Expire, Children of Vietnam Veterans Health Alliance, Supports H.R. 3423, The Agent Orange Extension Act of 2015 The Agent Orange Act of 1991 is the only legislative pathway to add ailments to the presumptive list of service connected illnesses for Vietnam Veterans. It is set to expire on September 30th, 2015 if the… Read more »

Agent Orange Legislation Set to Expire

Agent Orange Extension Act of 2015 Without your help the legislation will expire on September 30th, 2015. This bill extends for two years the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) presumption of service connection for diseases associated with exposure to certain herbicides, including Agent Orange, with respect to veterans who served in the Republic of Vietnam… Read more »

Spina Bifida Health Care Program

Spina Bifida & Agent Orange About 1,300 people have enrolled in a program designed to help sufferers of the spina bifida condition, which has been linked to veterans’ exposure to Agent Orange in the Vietnam War. Handled on a case-by-base basis, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs says it is “looking at better ways to… Read more »

Agent Orange: A Chemical Attack

A Chemical Attack That Killed a Countryside & Scarred a People Posted By Lily Bui on Jul 20, 2015 Mangroves are sturdy trees. Recognizable by their extensive root systems, these trees can thrive in muddy soil, sand, peat, even coral. They tolerate water much saltier than most other plants and survive flooding during severe storms…. Read more »

Agent Orange haunts introduction of GMOs to Vietnam

“Let me just preface this article with the following: GMOs are NOT safe” ~ Kelly L. Derricks COVVHA President & Co-Founder When Vietnam moved economically from communism to capitalism in the 1980s, it enjoyed an agriculture boom that lifted millions from poverty. But today, new trade deals could threaten Vietnamese farmers, who are considering using… Read more »

Agent Orange: Deliberate Malfeasance and Deception By The U.S. Gov’t

“FORGOTTEN – Our Innocent Children Born & Being Born with Deformities – Caused by their fathers’ exposure to Agent Orange during the Vietnam War.” A CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER OF REPORTS AND SCIENTIFIC STUDIES Which Reveals Our Government’s Deliberate Malfeasance and Deception By Richard E Phenneger http://www.scribd.com/doc/228498008/Agent-Orange-and-Children-Latest-Chronology Agent Orange and Children Latest Chronology by Children Of Vietnam… Read more »

Agent Orange – Is There Hope For The Future?

On October 2, 2013, COVVHA President and Co-Founder, Kelly L. Derricks, attended VVA’s national Town Hall Meeting Held at West Chester University in Pennsylvania. The video below is part 2 of Kelly’s Finale Speech on the struggles of Children of Vietnam Veterans Battling Agent Orange. “If we continue to think that the fight against Monsanto… Read more »