Nov 05, 2015

Budget Deal Shows Obama Hypocrisy On NDAA Veto « Breaking Defense - Defense industry news, analysis and commentary

This week Congress should pass the 2016 defense authorization bill –again. It will be virtually identical to the one that President Obama vetoed just weeks ago.  The only change: a $5 billion reduction in costs so it complies with the budget deal reached last week. But passage of the up-dated authorization is no done deal. If Mr. Obama sticks to his guns, he could veto the next version of the...

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