What has been done
2009 – Military Personnel War Zone Toxic Exposure Prevention Act, (HR 2419) introduced by Bishop and Shea Porter.
2010 – Burn Pits 360 establishes an independent registry
2013 – President Obama signs the national burn pit registry into law.
2017 – Burn Pits 360 hosts the 1st annual Burn Pit Congressional Hearing
2018 – Burn Pit Hearing, U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Veterans Affairs, Subcommittee on Health
2019 – Burn Pits 360 hosts the 2nd annual burn pit registry in Washington
2020 – Press Conference in D.C. – The Presumptive Benefits for War Fighters Exposed to Toxins Act of 2020 : Bill H.R.8261/ S.4572,
Advocacy isn’t just creating change but instead canvassing a community of veterans and families affected to build a culture of justice through meetings, education and workshops. Our goal is to equip our constituents with the tools to be their own voice.