If the Bereaved Consumers Bill Of Rights Act of 2009, Hr 3655 would have been in place the last several years the Scandal revealed at Arlington National Cemetery may have been prevented.
If accurate records were maintained and submitted to an independent governmental authority, mistakes made with veterans bodies may have been avoided.
The bill also requires cemeteries to retain all records and make them available to federal, state and local governments.
It was recently reported that 200 remains were mishandled at Arlington National Cemetery according to the Department of the army.
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