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Subject: FW: Support HR 2254 the Agent Orange Equity Act


Please take the time to email your Congress people to get HR 2254 out of committee, supported by your Congress people and passed by emailing your elected officials or using the link:

Just change the zip code and address to your name and address..

This bill specifically lists Johnston Island as a source for Agent Orange exposure, which is where my rare Soft Tissue Sarcoma (Liposarcoma) cancer source came from. VA right now doesn't recognize Johnston Island as a source for exposure and has denighed many Vet's their due disability!!

It also includes the Navy folks who have been turned down by VA too.

Thanks a Million in helping to right this injustice!!


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Subject: Support HR 2254 the Agent Orange Equity Act

Date: Mon, 15 Jun 2009 09:38:50 -0400

Please help!!

I just took action on this USDR Action Alert and thought you might want to do the same.

It specifically lists Agent Orange exposure on Johnston Island and Blue Water Navy off the coast of Viet Nam, and must be pushed through please.

Click this link to take action now

If your email program does not recognize the URL as a link,

copy the entire URL and paste it into your Web browser.

"Keep on, Keepin' on"

Dan Cedusky, Champaign IL "Colonel Dan"

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