This week, my memorial about veterans reproductive health passed the Senate unanimously! I am excited to announce that this memorial will call on the federal government to include fertility treatment in VA healthcare. If veterans are wounded in combat, one would expect their healthcare to be covered when they return. However, under current law, veterans … Continue reading REP. GREEN: Idaho Supports Our Veterans
Fox News Radio: Veteran Fertility Memorial Clears the Senate Excerpt: “When I found out that the VA was not covering fertility treatments for injured veterans, I was shocked and disappointed,” Boise lawmaker Rep. Brooke Green said in a prepared statement. “When a soldier goes to combat, they should expect to come home and be taken … Continue reading ARTICLE: “Veteran Fertility Memorial Clears the Senate”
This week, the House passed my Joint Memorial regarding veterans rights to reproductive health care! This bill gives veterans struggling with reproductive health issues that are a result of an injury incurred while serving the ability to seek out reproductive health aid without being forced to pay out of pocket. I genuinely believe that those … Continue reading REP. GREEN: My Joint Memorial for Veterans Reproductive Health passed the House!
Today I stood beside my childhood friend as we introduced a House Joint Memorial calling on our Congressional Delegation to address the flawed Policy that is preventing our combat injured Veterans access to fertility treatment. Throughout the years I have had a front seat to the remarkable journey Micah and Linzi Bommarito Andersen have taken … Continue reading REP. GREEN: House Joint Memorial introduced
I introduced a memorial focusing on reproductive health services for injured and disabled veterans. A memorial is a formal recognition by the Idaho Legislature that calls upon Congress to take particular action on an issue. My memorial asks Congress to take steps forward to provide fertility treatment and other reproductive health services to Idaho combat … Continue reading REP. GREEN: Veterans’ Reproductive Health Memorial