What would the nation’s energy policy look like if Republicans capture the Senate this fall? Capitol Hill reporter Matt Laslo caught up with Virginia lawmakers and energy analysts to find out the potential impact on the commonwealth.
It’s been 45 years since the Vietnam War ended, but American veterans are still dealing with the effects of Agent Orange, a mixture of toxic chemicals used in the deforestation of the fields upon which thousands of American military personnel fought against a communist opposition.
During the war, the government insisted the herbicide was harmless, today, veterans know all too well that is not the case.
Virginia’s first “Agent Orange Town Hall Meeting” is taking place in Lynchburg.