Proposal retains spending caps despite warnings from military leaders
from Military Times
Military service secretaries and chiefs railed against the dangers of sequestration in testimony before the House Armed Services Committee, even as the House Budget Committee proposed a $617 billion defense plan that keeps the caps in place. Rep. Tom Price, R-Ga., called the budget plan a "responsible" approach to ensuring national security, but defense leaders called sequestration "an enemy at home" as dangerous as any overseas threat facing the services.
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