Republicans, Democrats Agree to Dump $738 Billion More Into the Forever War and Space Force

Spend, spend, spend. Deficit? Debt? What are those?

(From Reason)

The bill, which passed the House 377–48, greenlights some $738 billion for Defense Department activities, military construction, and Department of Energy national security programs in 2020. It also lays out new policies regarding everything from “the establishment of the Space Force within the Air Force” to military personnel benefits, “election matters,” sanctions for “foreign traffickers of illicit synthetic opioids,” and more.

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