Holly Grange Receives Recognition from Department of Defense
Holly Grange receives high praise from Department of Defense for her efforts to improve the lives of service members and their families
Raleigh, NC Representative Holly Grange received recognition from Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Military Community and Family Policy, Ann G. Johnson, for her work to improve the lives of North Carolina's service members and their families.
In a letter and certificate of appreciation, Ms. Johnson specifically noted Representative Grange's sponsorship of pieces of legislation that facilitate occupational licensing for military veterans and spouses, help our National Guard Members serving on extended state active duty and a resolution to encourage Congress to fully implement the VA Mission Act which will help our Veterans receive timely healthcare from private providers when a VA facility is not the best option.
"I am deeply honored to be recognized by the U.S. Department of Defense for my efforts to help our military, veterans, and military families. As a U.S. Army Veteran, I know what kind of issues North Carolina veterans, service members and their families face. Helping those who have answered their call to serve has been a top priority for me in the House and will continue to be when I'm elected Governor."