Landsman Awarded "Disabled American Veterans’ Legislator of the Year"


Submitted photo of Congressman Landsman with Ohio Veterans.

WARREN COUNTY, OH -- Warren County's Congressman Greg Landsman (D-OH-01) was awarded Legislator of the Year at the 103rd Ohio Disabled American Veterans Convention in Columbus on Saturday. The congressman was recognized for his support to veterans and their families across Ohio and the nation.

As a member of the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, Landsman has sponsored and co-sponsored more than three dozen veteran-related bills and established a regional Veterans Leadership Team. 

“No veteran should ever feel deprived of a high-quality life, and Disabled American Veterans is doing amazing work. I’m thrilled and honored to receive this award. Serving on the Veterans’ Affairs Committee allows me to truly advocate for the best interests of our veterans. These heroes have made tremendous sacrifices and deserve the very best. I will continue to fight for lifelong support of veterans and their families,” Landsman said.

Disabled American Veterans is a nonprofit organization committed to ensuring veterans and their families can access the full range of benefits available them. They advocate for the interests of injured veterans and educate the public about the sacrifices and needs of veterans transitioning back to civilian life.

More News from Lebanon
I'm interested
I disagree with this
This is unverified