Our nation stands as a firm beacon of liberty because of the powerful sacrifices our veterans have made to preserve our freedom. We must ensure that no veteran is left behind when his or her service comes to an end, while also providing the assistance needed to succeed in the civilian sector. Tennesseans have a distinctive record of service to our nation, and it is our obligation to ensure that all veterans are receiving the benefits and high quality care they were promised. As a member on the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee, I am committed to upholding this nation’s promise to protect and care for the men and women who have served our country.
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