Survey: Should Congress Enact a Tax Deduction for Veterans?

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 Should the U.S. Congress Enact a Voluntary $1.00
Tax Allotment for Its Chartered Veterans Organizations?

TOPIC: The American veteran population is rapidly attriting. Our war veteran population is shrinking faster than the overall death rate. At this pace certain American veterans organizations will predictably expire within a decade due to lack of post-servicepersonnel whose military or war service defines an organizations membership. To preserve America's ancestral organizations, should the United States Congress enact a temporary law that permits American citizens to allocate $1.00 (one dollar) on their annual tax form to a General Fund to be divided among the Congressionallly chartered veterans organizations?

Should Congress enact a voluntary $1.00 contribution on frederal income tax forms FY 1999, and to continue as long as Congress deems necessary, to preserve America's ancestral veterans organizations?

Yes No

If you served, or are serving, which branch?

Army Navy USMC USAF Coast Guard Merchant Marine

Did you EVER serve in a combat zone DURING hostilities?

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