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HR 4259

Red223Red223 Member Posts: 7,946
edited June 2006 in US Military Veteran Forum
Veterans Right to Know Act:

Veterans' Right to Know Act - Establishes the Veterans' Right to Know Commission to: (1) investigate chemical or biological warfare tests or projects, especially those carried out between 1954 and 1973, placing particular emphasis on actions or conditions that could have contributed to health risks to any civilian or military personnel who participated in such a test or project or were otherwise potentially exposed to a biological or chemical agent as a result; and (2) report to Congress on its findings and recommendations.

It has 39 Co-sponsors and has been referred to the Subcommittee on Military Personnel.


  • Ray BRay B Member Posts: 11,822
    edited November -1
    So would chemical warfare include various defoliants designed to reduce vegetation, but not directly targeting the enemy?
  • Red223Red223 Member Posts: 7,946
    edited November -1

    The govt. denies that Agent Orange was ever on Guam or that the Navy dumped it at sea among other things.

    Many veterans have came forth with signed statements to Congress to dispute the Govts. inaction and the VA refusing claims as they have no proof where or when Agent Orange, White, or Blue have been used, deployed, or dumped.
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