All American citizens, acting individually or collectively, have the constitutionally
guaranteed right to petition their government for a "redress of grievances." Simply
speaking, the First Amendment to our Constitution gives a course of action to anyone
who has ever thrown up their hands in frustration and disgust and cried, "There
ought to be a law!"
Well, there can be a law and it can originate from you and others who feel as you
In terms of the Disabled American Veterans and its federal legislative objectives,
this means that you and I and our fellow DAV members, united in purpose and acting
in concert, can petition our government in Washington, D.C. to take a course of
action that we feel to be in the best interests of America's service-connected disabled
veterans, their dependents and survivors.
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