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WKRG: Greene County Army Vet to get posthumous Purple Heart

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That sent her on a search for military records showing evidence of the incident. Anderson says the records from the national archives were lost in a fire but Congressman Mike Ezell’s office was able to find them at another agency. After a year of work, they were able to get the medal for their dad.

WHLT: Mississippi World War II Veteran Receives Military Medals

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U.S. Representative Mike Ezell (R-Miss.) visited the Mississippi Veterans Home in Collins to honor one of the residents, Pernullus Turner, on Tuesday, August 15. The 102-year-old Army Sergeant (Ret.) served as a wheeled mechanic and transporter of various vehicles during World War II and was present for that exact role on “D-Day” in France.  Ezell presented Turner the…

Lawmakers Offer Bicameral, Bipartisan Bill to Guarantee Readmission for Guard, Reserve Students

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U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) and U.S. Representative Mike Ezell (R-MS-04) today led the introduction of bipartisan, bicameral legislation to ensure that students, who serve in the National Guard and Reserve, will be guaranteed readmission to their schools following a deployment.  The lead Democratic sponsors are U.S. Senator Maggie Hassan (D-N.H.) and U.S. Representative…

Blaze News: Republican presses VA to stop flying Pride flag, requests removal of any 'flags promoting social policy positions or political statements'

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Republican Rep. Mike Ezell of Mississippi has taken issue with an LGBT Pride flag being flown at a Mississippi Veterans Affairs facility. In a letter to Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Denis McDonough and Interim Medical Center Director of the Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System Stephanie Repasky, Ezell contended that flags pushing political or social ideology should not be…

Congressman Mike Ezell Marks 100 Days of Delivering for South Mississippi

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Today marks 100 days since Congressman Mike Ezell was sworn in as a part of the new Republican majority in the United States House of Representatives. "It's been a productive first 100 days," said Congressman Ezell. "The people of South Mississippi sent me to Washington to work, and that's what I'm continuing to…