Late this afternoon, the Democratic controlled House of Representatives
passed a $850 National Defense Authorization Act. This was $37 billion more than requested by the White House. The final vote was 329-101.
Democrats in the House voted in favor of this legislation by a margin of 180-39, signifying an increased willingness by even liberal members of Congress to embrace vastly increased expenditures on the military.
For the Roll-Call on this legislation:
This is not the last time members of Congress will be voting on military expenditures.
If your member of Congress voted to support this bill, FY 2023 National Defense Authorization Act, it will be helpful to call their office and express your concern.
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