The Senate Armed Services Committee has filed a slimmed-down version of its annual defense policy legislation in the hopes of getting it passed into law without becoming mired in politics, according to Chairman Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.).  The committee and its House counterpart are continuing to reconcile last-minute differences in the larger House and Senate versions of the bill. Inhofe’s so-called “skinny” defense authorization bill would allow the government to spend ...

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