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U.S. Congressman Barry Loudermilk
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  Press Release: Rep. Loudermilk Files Official Inquiry with the VA Regarding Incident with a Veteran at the Cobb Clinic
  Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) submitted an official inquiry with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Denis McDonough regarding a recent incident at the West Cobb VA Clinic in Marietta, Georgia. A veteran was denied medical treatment because he refused to put on a mask. The veteran was not wearing a mask due to an existing medical condition, and was forced to leave the clinic.

Dear Secretary McDonough,

I write to you today regarding the recent treatment of a veteran at the West Cobb VA Clinic in Marietta, Georgia. Robby Entrekin was refused treatment at the West Cobb VA Clinic after he disclosed that he could not wear a face mask due to a medical condition.  

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  Press Release: Rep. Loudermilk Scores 100% for Supporting American Energy Production
  Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) issued the following statement after he was named an ‘American Energy Champion’ for his voting record of 100% during the 117th Congress by the American Energy Alliance:

“For the past two years, President Biden and the Democrat-controlled Congress have invested trillions of taxpayer dollars in Green New Deal and ESG policies, while placing onerous regulations on oil and gas companies -- resulting in the highest energy prices we’ve seen in decades. This has hurt hardworking Americans the most because high energy prices affect every sector of our economy, and have contributed to 40-year high inflation.  

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  In the News: Loudermilk seeks probe of mask dispute at Cobb VA clinic

Rep. Barry Loudermilk, R-Cassville, has asked for a formal investigation after a man was allegedly turned away from the West Cobb Veterans Affairs Clinic when he refused to wear a face covering.

Robby Entrekin, a veteran, was denied care at the Dallas Highway facility after he said he couldn't wear a mask due to a medical condition, according to a letter from Loudermilk to Secretary of Veterans Affairs Denis McDonough.

The VA's website says that "everyone must wear a mask" inside the facility.

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