House Passes $577.1 Billion Defense Policy Bill, Spurning CutsRoxana Tiron
The U.S. House passed a $577.1 billion measure rejecting Defense Department efforts to cut military costs. The legislation would let the A-10 aircraft of the Cold War era keep flying and continue purchases of radar-jamming jets made by Boeing Co.
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