VFW says ending sequestration is top 2016 priority
Members of the nation's oldest veterans' service organization will be lobbying to end sequestration when they appear before congressional committees and meetings with lawmakers in their offices. "Our members — all voting constituents — will use this face-to-face opportunity [with Congress] to demand ... an end to the sequester," VFW National Commander John W. Stroud said. With the U.S. still at war, the cuts required under the sequester will devastate military readiness, homeland security, the quality-of-life of military families and veterans, he said.
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