American Legion

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American Legion
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923 Niagara Ave
Niagara Falls, NY 14305
(716) 282-0749

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American Legion National Commander Denise H. Rohan issued the following statement regarding yesterday’s re-opening of the federal government “The American Legion is grateful to those who helped end the government shutdown. We are pleased that a legislative amendment that will guarantee that our troops will be paid during any future shutdown in 2018 was included in the bill that President Trump signed into law, although we think it should be permanent rather than limited to this year. In the meantime, The American Legion encourages Congress and the White House to agree on a real budget and end the practice of continuing resolutions which make long-term planning for our military and our veterans unnecessarily difficult. The Budget Control Act and defense spending cuts under the last nine years of continuing resolutions have done more harm to the readiness of our military than our nation’s enemies. By not passing a budget, the Congress continues to waste large sums of taxpayer dollars. It’s time for this to stop.”

DYK: That you can still purchase The American Legion's “Indivisible: The Story of Our Flag” bookazine. The 112-page publication is a collector's item that pays tribute to our nation's colors. Through colorful photos, illustrations, poems, quotations, fun facts and more, "Indivisible" tells the story of the U.S. flag from the American Revolution to the Global War on Terrorism. "Indivisible" can be purchased for $9.95 at http://emblem.legion.org/Indivisible-The-Story-of-Our-Fl…/…/; bulk orders of 25 or more cuts the price to $7.95 each. Orders can also be placed by calling Emblem Sales toll-free at (888) 453-4466.

“We have to build our brand to continue talking about what The American Legion is, who we are, what we do and what we are doing,” Rehbein said. “We have to take ownership and make these (centennial) things stay alive.”
Legion centennial items in consideration announced that will lead the organization into its next 100 years.

National Commander Denise Rohan: "The shutdown is directly impacting the lives of our active-duty personnel, their families, veterans and federal civil servants who faithfully serve our nation every day. "These Americans do not need the additional stress of financial insecurity. I can’t help but think about the military families that live paycheck to paycheck and may not have the luxury of dipping into savings to pay their light bills. "