The American Legion Auxiliary supports the legislative priorities adopted by The American Legion. The American Legion’s Legislative Division in Washington, D.C., keeps abreast of current legislation related to veterans’ benefits, national security, and children and youth. Legislative issues currently being endorsed and supported by The American Legion Family Learn more about constitutional protection of the American flag Washington DC Conference
WASHINGTON, D.C. – More than 300 women representing the American Legion Auxiliary (ALA) will convene in the nation’s capital Feb. 25 – March 1 for the organization’s Washington DC Conference, held in conjunction with fellow members of The American Legion Family.
Last year, ALA advocacy helped preserve many important veterans’ services, including programs for disabled veterans and veterans’ widows.
For nearly 100 years, members of The American Legion Family have been heading to D.C. , steadfast in carrying out a mission to advocate for veterans. Take a look at seven of the top reasons why members of the American Legion Auxiliary join this important trip to Washington, D.C. each year — and why it still matters.
During the annual ALA Washington DC Conference, the Legion Family outlined key legislative priorities to address many of the challenges veterans face.
For more than 30 years, American Legion Auxiliary members have made their presence known in our nation’s capital. Joining fellow members of The American Legion Family, we visit Capitol Hill to encourage our country’s lawmakers to pass legislation that protects veterans’ rights and provides for their needs.
The American Legion Auxiliary supports the legislative priorities adopted by The American Legion. The American Legion’s Legislative Division in Washington, D.C., keeps abreast of current legislation related to veterans’ benefits, national security, and children and youth. Auxiliary members are encouraged to subscribe to the Legion’s legislative ebulletins to keep the Legion Family aware of legislative issues and the official positions of The American Legion on those issues.
Letting your elected officials know where you stand on important issues is integral to responsible citizenship.
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