PROTECT OUR VETERANS NOW!
When action is taken that leads to end the life of a veteran, should corporate nursing homes raking in millions of dollars in revenue stand to gain from it?
Staff Sergeant Denver “Bull” Randleman survived trench warfare during WWII and received a Purple Heart and a Bronze Star. His service to our country was so moving that he was depicted in the award-winning HBO miniseries, Band of Brothers. Just weeks after walking the red carpet with HBO, he died unceremoniously in a negligent nursing home that couldn’t be bothered to keep a post-surgical wound clean.
If Issue 1 passes, corporate nursing homes stand to gain from veteran deaths like this. Help us defeat Issue 1 today by taking the quiz and sharing with your friends and family!
Corporate nursing homes raking in millions of dollars in revenue shouldn’t stand to gain from veterans dying. Don’t reduce the value of a veteran’s life after they’ve bravely fought for and served our country by letting Congress and special interests limit the very freedoms our veterans fought for by placing a one size fits all value on human life.
Defend our veterans from the threat of Washington politicians, and protect the people of Arkansas by voting NO on Issue 1.