The impact on the veterans is acute, but it may be greater for their offspring and descendants.
The only way the veterans and their families will get the help they need is for Congress to pass legislation. So far the response in Washington has been lackluster, she said.
“We can’t send lobbyists, we have to prove a problem,” Wilson said. “We need to hear from you. We need you to be concerned enough.”
“We need to get your kids in these rooms,” Saiya-Cork said.