Younger military veterans angered by budget cuts to their pension benefits
from The Washington Post
The plan to trim pension increases for working-age military retirees is by far the most controversial provision in a bipartisan budget deal recently approved by Congress and signed by President Barack Obama. The cut is small — a one-percentage-point reduction in the annual cost-of-living increase — but it has provoked outrage among veterans, some of whom argue that the country is reneging on a solemn pact.
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