Lawmakers Back $23.9B Increase To Defense Budget

Credit: USN
The House Armed Services Committee on Sept. 1 voted 42-17 to authorize a $23.9 billion increase in U.S. defense spending, for a total of $778 billion in fiscal 2022. The amendment, sponsored by Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Ala.), the committee’s top Republican, was a compilation of “unfunded requirements”...

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