More on Veterans
On May 12 the Office of Congresswoman Capps will be hosting a Service Academy Forum for Central Coast students and their families interested in attending one of the nation’s prestigious service academies.
Capps and Kinzinger reintroduced a bipartisan bill which would make it easier for veterans with military medical training to continue their careers as Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) in the civilian workforce.
Capps announced that she has co-sponsored legislation that would make it easier for Central Coast veterans to access the care they have earned and deserve.
Rep. Capps announced that her bill, the TRICARE Moms Improvement Act, was signed into law by President Obama.
Capps praised President Obama for signing her bill into law.
Capps applauded the passage of her bill, which would designate the U.S. Post Office building in Lompoc as the Federal Correctional Officer Scott J. Williams Memorial Post Office Building.
Rep. Lois Capps announced that the Veteran’s Administration awarded $6 million in supportive services grants for homeless veterans and their families in San Luis Obispo County.
Capps and Rep. Gardner introduced a bill that would increase access to quality behavioral health treatments for military retirees and military family members
Capps introduced the Veterans’ Record Reconstruction Act, a bill that will make it easier for veterans to prove their eligibility for certain benefits or decorations.