Congresswoman Hayes has worked to address mental health among veterans, the quality of care at U.S Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) hospitals, and military sexual trauma. The Congresswoman has passed legislation to increase VA benefits for Gold Star families, Palomares veterans, and veterans who were exposed to toxic burn pits.
As Chair of the Nutrition and Oversight Subcommittee, Congresswoman Hayes has drawn attention to hunger among service members and veterans.
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More on Military and Veterans
|9/20/22||Hayes Waterbury Office Named Purple Heart Congressional Office for Excellence in Veterans Assistance|
|7/20/22||Hayes Votes to Advance Funding Package with Connecticut Priorities|
|6/16/22||Senate Passes Bipartisan Veterans Package with Hayes Bill|
|3/29/22||Hayes Leads Bipartisan Bill to Feed Hungry Veterans|
|3/3/22||House Passes Honoring our PACT Act with Hayes Bill|
|1/20/22||House Passes EVEST Act With Hayes Amendment|
|10/25/21||Rep. Hayes Releases Statement on H.R. 5142 - Congressional Gold Medal Bill|
|8/17/21||Hayes Statement on Afghanistan|
|6/17/21||Hayes Statement on House Vote to Repeal the 2002 Authorization for Use of Military Force|
|5/24/21||IN ADVANCE OF MEMORIAL DAY, HAYES INTRODUCES THE CARING FOR SURVIVORS ACT OF 2021|