Congress' Budget Level is $3 Billion Under Bush Figure

August 2003
Sea Power;Aug2003, Vol. 46 Issue 8, p18
Reports that the House and Senate each approved the Defense Appropriations Bill for fiscal year 2004. Amount of funds provided by the approved bill in new discretionary spending authority for the Department of Defense; Meeting between the House and Senate in a conference committee to iron out differences between the two versions; Implications on U.S. defense policy.


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