Honoring the service and sacrifice of members in the military and their families is one the greatest and proudest responsibilities for Members of Congress. One of Congressman Poliquin’s top priorities is to continue to support the brave men and women in uniform during active duty and once they return to civilian life.
When service members return to civilian life, it is imperative that they receive excellent healthcare, help with their benefits and any other issues that may arise. They have served our Country with honor and we must honor and fulfill our promises to them. Congressman Poliquin’s staff in Maine and Washington, D.C., is here to help with all constituents’ requests – click the link here.
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WASHINGTON – Congressman Bruce Poliquin, a member of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee, joined Democratic Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) in introducing the Enhancing Veterans Experience with Telehealth Services Act (the eVETS Act), bipartisan legislation to improve access to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) treatment via telemedicine.
BANGOR, Maine – Congressman Bruce Poliquin (ME-02) today hosted the Chairman of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee, Dr. Phil Roe (TN-01), several Maine hospital officials from across the State, Maine VA officials, federal VA officials and federal VA contractors for a roundtable at Eastern Maine Medical Center focusing on getting Maine’s hospitals paid the millions of dollars they are owed by the federal government.
WASHINGTON – Congressman Bruce Poliquin (ME-02), a member of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee, has been named one of the conferees for the negotiations between the House and the Senate for the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2019, one of the primary bills Congress passes annually.
WASHINGTON – Congressman Bruce Poliquin (ME-02), a member of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee, released the following statement on the passage of the Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act:
WASHINGTON – Today, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a major Veterans bill, the VA MISSION Act, that will extend and improve closer-to-home health services like the Veterans Choice Program and reform its payments and claims processes to ensure Maine hospitals are paid promptly, a provision that Congressman Bruce Poliquin (ME-02) fought to have included.
WASHINGTON – Today, Congressman Bruce Poliquin (ME-02), a member of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee, pushed for a bipartisan and bicameral bill to move forward in order to prevent any disruption in health care services for rural Maine Veterans through the Veterans Choice Program (VCP), which, without action from Congress, will run out of funding by May 31.
POLIQUIN ANNOUNCES HE IS NOW CO-CHAIRMAN OF BIPARTISAN RURAL HOSPITALS CAUCUS IN THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS
AUGUSTA, Maine – Today, Congressman Bruce Poliquin (ME-02) hosted leaders from several hospitals across Maine, national officials from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), and others for a roundtable to focus on ensuring these Maine hospitals receive the outstanding payments they are owed by the VA.
WASHINGTON – Congressman Bruce Poliquin (ME-02), a member of the House Veterans Affairs Committee, will be joined by U.S. Navy Veteran Joy Lewis Asuncion of Belfast, Maine as his guest to the 2018 State of the Union Address on Tuesday, Jan. 30.
WASHINGTON – In the wake of serious failures at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) that could have put Veterans at risk nationwide, Congressman Bruce Poliquin (ME-02) grilled the department’s top officials at a Veterans Affairs Committee hearing, making national headlines.
WASHINGTON – Tomorrow, Congressman Bruce Poliquin (ME-02) will participate in a hearing he requested as a member of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee after the Government Accountability Office (GAO), a nonpartisan watchdog, produced a scathing report detailing the Department of Veterans’ Affairs (VA) failure to report potentially dangerous medical practitioners to their national database, which is intended to prevent such bad actors from crossing state lines and putting patients at risk elsewhere.