Back view of a military mom holding a teddybear while standing outside her house with her luggage. Courageous female soldier coming back home after serving her country in the army.

3 Ways the Washington Attorney General is Helping Improve the Lives of Veterans

My father, grandfather, and uncles all served in the military. My family’s strong legacy of military service taught me the importance of honoring veterans and expressing gratitude for their service to our nation. Veterans Day holds special meaning for me as a day when we can collectively acknowledge the sacrifices of those who have served our nation. However, it is not enough to express our gratitude for veterans. We must show our support through action.
As attorney general, I am proud of the ways my office actively stands up for the rights of veterans every day through the work of every division in our office. I am pleased to announce three ways we are taking additional action to improve the lives of Washington’s veterans.

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Rear view of military formation at Arlington funeral

This Memorial Day AG Ferguson Salutes Those Who Died to Keep Our Country Safe

Each year on Memorial Day, we pause to honor those who have served in our armed forces. We hold deep gratitude and admiration for the men and women who have risked everything for our safety, security, and health. For those who are no longer with us, we keep their memory alive by solemnly remembering their sacrifice. This year, service members have been called to the front lines to continue managing the COVID-19 pandemic and fighting the natural disasters threatening communities across our state.

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