Key U.S. Lawmaker Sees $25 Billion Drop In Cost Of Afghan War

The cost of the war in Afghanistan will shrink by $25 billion in the next two years, although it will happen incrementally, as it did in Iraq, according to the top Democrat on the House Appropriations defense subcommittee. “It’s only going to come down $10 billion this year,” Rep. Norm Dicks (Wash.)...

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