Proposed military budget cuts could hurt lower ranking soldiers
from The Augusta Chronicle via GOPUSA
Though price comparisons conducted by the Defense Commissary Agency show that customers on average save $2.6 billion, or 30 percent on their grocery bills, military families could soon see a steady rise in prices if they shop on post. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced major cuts in his department's 2015 budget last week that would cut the $1.4 billion taxpayer subsidy military food stores use to charge their customers less for merchandise by $1 billion over three years.
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