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Perry Introduces Bill to Save Americans, Blunt Damage from President Biden’s Disastrous Afghanistan Exit

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Scott Perry (PA-10) introduced two bills in the House today aimed at saving the lives of Americans left stranded by President Biden’s disastrous exit from Afghanistan and removing the now terrorist-run country from a critical list of allies. House Joint Resolution 57 authorizes the President…

Perry Praises PA House for Landmark Veteran Suicide Resolution

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U.S. Representative Scott Perry praised and thanked members of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives today, on their unanimous, bipartisan passage (202-0) of the Nation’s first-ever legislation to urge Congress and the President of the United States to pass and sign landmark legislation to help end America's Veteran suicide epidemic, which takes more than 20…

Perry Bill to Combat Veteran Suicide Epidemic

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Perry Bill to Combat Veteran Suicide Epidemic Bipartisan Support, American Legion, VFW-PA backing opens front in fight to save Veterans WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Scott Perry introduced the “Treatment and Relief through Emerging and Accessible Therapy (TREAT PTSD)” Act, today, to take the offensive in the war on Veteran suicide by providing relief from Post-Traumatic…

Perry Joins Bipartisan Letter Urging NPRC to Resume Military Personnel Records Processing

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U.S. Representative Scott Perry (PA-10) joined Representatives Van Taylor (TX-03), Jimmy Panetta (CA-20), and 231 bipartisan Members of Congress to urge the National Personnel Records Center (NPRC) to resume processing military personnel, health and medical records requests during the COVID-19 pandemic. On March 23, 2020, the NPRC stopped processing requests for military personnel…

Perry joins Letter on Arlington National Cemetery Cancellation of Wreaths Across America

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U.S. Representative Scott Perry (PA-10), along with Representative Chip Roy (TX-21) and 11 Members of Congress, sent a letter to the Secretary of the Army and the Executive Director of Arlington National Cemetery regarding the cancellation of the annual Wreaths Across America event, and the subsequent reversal of that decision. The letter applauds Secretary McCarthy and Ms.…

OP-ED: On National PTSD Awareness Day, a call for accelerated action

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Today is National Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Injury (PTSD/I) Awareness Day, when we formally recognize the devastating impacts of PTSD/I and discuss the steps we still must take to ensure mental health resources and effective treatments are available to everyone who needs them.  As a combat Veteran with over 38 years of service, the issue of PTSD/I is close to my heart.…

Treatment that reduces PTSD should be allowed to be used by more veterans: lawmaker

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To read the full article, please click here.  U.S. Rep. Scott Perry said he is on a crusade to pass legislation that provides millions of veterans access to a longstanding chronic pain treatment that has helped to improve the quality of life in military members diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder. “For many veterans with PTSD, they suffer from anxiety that they…

Perry Introduces Legislation to Assist Veterans with PTSD

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Today, Congressman Scott Perry introduced the TREAT PTSD Act to provide Veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) access to a lifesaving therapy – stellate ganglion block or SGB. This legislation is cosponsored by Representatives Lee Zeldin (R-NY), Greg Murphy (R-NC), and Dan Crenshaw (R-TX). “Our Nation has a moral duty to take care of our Veterans who have risked…

OP-ED: It's time to take the offensive in the war on PTSD

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Marine Corps Sgt. Dakota Meyer and his team came under such heavy enemy fire near the Afghan village of Ganjigal that it sounded to him like they were surrounded by static electricity.  Despite imminently life-threatening dangers, he intentionally made five forays headlong into a hail of gunfire, killing several enemy insurgents while evacuating two dozen Afghan soldiers and…

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