Democratic Rep. Brad Miller and Republican Sen. Richard Burr will speak at the screening of "Semper Fi: Always Faithful'' at the N.C. Museum of History on Tuesday.
The film chronicles the effort by Marine Sgt. Jerry Ensminger to uncover one of the largest groundwater contaminations in history at Marine CropsBase Camp Lejeune. Ensminger's nine-year old daughter died of a rare leukemia.
The film will be shown at 7 p.m. And Miller and Burr are scheduled to make remarks at 8:30 p.m.
President Barack Obama is scheduled to sign a bill into law Monday that seeks to provide hospital care and medical coverage for certain illnesses linked to toxic chemicals in the water for Camp Lejeune Marines and their families.