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Biden Signs PACT Act Expanding Health Care Benefits For Veterans

President Biden signed the PACT Act into law on Wednesday to expand health care benefits for veterans exposed to toxic burn pits. The bill gained support after Jon Stewart gave a fiery speech calling out those who attempted to block it. Keep reading to learn more about the law, which will provide the most significant expansion of these benefits in more than 30 years.

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    Biden Signs Pact Act

    President Biden signed the PACT Act into law and credited Jon Stewart for tirelessly advocating for it.

    President Biden signs the PACT Act into law to provide health care benefits to veterans.

    President Biden signs the PACT Act into law to provide health care benefits to veterans.

    Throwback: Stewart’s Fiery Speeches

    Jon Stewart gave several passionate speeches in support of the PACT Act. He also didn’t shy away from calling out Republicans who originally blocked this bill from passing.

    These GOP Senators Voted Against It

    Friendly reminder that these 11 Republican senators voted against the PACT Act.

    GOP Senators Praise Veterans ... But Vote Against Veteran Benefits
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    GOP Senators Praise Veterans ... But Vote Against Veteran Benefits

    The 11 Republican senators who voted against the PACT Act really love *talking* about veterans.#veterans #republicans #senators Subscribe to The Recounthttps...

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