House panel rejects base closures, adds $5B to DOD

06/3/2013 | Hill, The

The House Armed Services Committee has created a bill that turns aside Pentagon plans to close bases, to raise the cost of military health care benefits and to shrink pay raises for service members, and instead adds another $5 billion to the Defense Department's 2014 budget. The added money would help pay costs of the war in Afghanistan.

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