A congressional analyst foresees a continuing resolution that would keep defense spending at the fiscal 2011 level in fiscal 2012 – effectively cutting military accounts $40-50 billion from what President Obama had requested. When Congress returns to Washington from a month-long recess next week, it will have less than a month to pass budgets before the start of the new fiscal year. Another continuing resolution would hand down across-the-board cuts to everything, which is a problem ...
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