The Obama administration is making its mark with a desire to reduce nuclear weaponry, but it is running up against more help than it wants on Capitol Hill, with the White House now trying to defend its fiscal 2010 request for a major legacy U.S. nuclear bomb. A White House Office of Management and Budget statement of administrative policy warned July 14 that a House Appropriations Committee move to cut $65 million for a B61 refurbishment study in FY ’10 would essentially end efforts ...
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