WASHINGTON, DC — One Nation, a public policy organization dedicated to promoting commonsense legislative solutions, today announced a new $1 million advocacy effort focused on Agent Orange treatment for veterans. The advocacy effort will run in the Las Vegas media market on a combination of broadcast and cable television, radio and digital.
The ad, entitled “Show” focuses on the need to help Vietnam veterans still dealing with the ravages of Agent Orange. The ad highlights H.R. 1007, The Vietnam Veterans Agent Orange Act and urges U.S. Representative Jacky Rosen to vote for its passage, pointing out that she skipped the last vote to extend veterans care for Agent Orange victims, attending a photo op on the Mexican border instead.
“When our Vietnam veterans needed Jacky Rosen doing her job in Washington, she was at the Southern border posing for photo ops,” said One Nation President and CEO Steven Law. “We encourage Jacky Rosen to start skipping photo ops and stop missing votes on legislation that helps our veterans suffering from the devastating effects of Agent Orange.”
The ad can be viewed here, or by clicking below.