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House and Senate negotiators yesterday reached a deal over a $640.7B defense budget for the...

House and Senate negotiators yesterday reached a deal over a $640.7B defense budget for the current fiscal year, including $88.5B for operations in Afghanistan. However, the spending doesn't account for the automatic cuts that are due to take place if the fiscal cliff is not averted. The measures now need to be approved by the House and Senate before going to President Obama for his signature.
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  • hpysa1
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    Suppose some funds could be cut here if we bring home some of the troops in Japan, Germany & South Korea?
    19 Dec 2012, 08:42 AM Reply Like
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