Reaching Across the Aisle to Ensure Veterans Receive Earned Care

Ranking Member Corrine Brown presides over an oversight hearing alongside Chairman Jeff Miller.
House Ranking Member Brown sits alongside Senate Ranking Member Blumenthal, Senate Chairman Isakson, and House Chairman Miller.

Making Sure the VA Continues to Serve Those Who Served Our Nation

On January 8, 2015, Ranking Member Corrine Brown introduced H.R. 216, The Department of Veterans Affairs Budget and Reform Act of 2015.
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Veterans’ Affairs Committee Ranking Member Corrine Brown Passes Legislation to Improve Department of Veterans Affairs Budget Planning

Mar 24, 2015 Press Release

Today on the House Floor, H.R. 216, introduced by House Veterans’ Affairs Committee Ranking Member, Corrine Brown, a bill to Improve the Department of Veterans Affairs Budget Planning, passed the House of Representatives.

House Veterans’ Affairs Ranking Member Corrine Brown Comments on Veterans’ Affairs Secretary McDonald’s Military Service

Feb 24, 2015 Press Release

Ranking Member Corrine Brown Applauds President Obama’s Signature to Legislation to Prevent Veteran Suicides

Feb 12, 2015 Press Release

The SAV Act was one of the first bills of the 114th Congress to be introduced, with the laudable goal of addressing the epidemic of suicide among our nation’s veterans. “This extremely important piece of legislation will ultimately improve the healthcare our veterans receive for the mental wounds they sustained while defending this great nation,” said Congresswoman Brown. “I vividly recall when, during the 113th Congress, I heard the heartbreaking story of Clay Hunt, a bright, selfless young man with a servant’s heart, whose life ended tragically. I am, however, truly honored to be part of his legacy by working with my colleagues in the Committee on Veterans’ Affairs to pass this crucial piece of legislation, which today, became law,” continued the Congresswoman.

Committee Ranking Member

Ranking Member Corrine Brown

The Honorable Corrine Brown





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Events Schedule


Legislative Hearing on Various Legislation

Legislative Hearing on: Draft legislation to improve reproductive treatment provided to certain disabled veterans; Draft legislation to direct the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to submit an annual report on the Veterans Health Administration; Draft legislation, the Toxic Exposure Research Act of 2015; HR 271; HR 627; HR 1369; and, HR 1575


Joint Field Hearing: Tomah VAMC: Examining Quality, Access, and a Culture of Over-Reliance on High-Risk Medications


Denver VA Medical Center: Constructing a Way Forward