Poisoned Lejeune vets: Restore our constitutional rights


A leading activist for Camp Lejeune veterans exposed to toxic tap water said Tuesday he will ask Congress to allow families poisoned at the base to sue the federal government for damages.

Retired Master Sergeant Jerry Ensminger, whose daughter died of leukemia after her family lived at the North Carolina base, said in Atlanta that he wants Congress to pass a new law that will mitigate the impact of a 2014 U.S. Supreme Court decision that effectively blocked Lejeune families from seeking relief through the courts. Under the court’s ruling, those impacted by the water would have had to file a legal claim by 1994, when many weren’t even aware of the contamination or the associated health consequences.

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