Congress approves defense bill sending $180 million to Alaska
“We continue to invest in upgrading our bases and training ranges to ensure that they provide realistic joint training opportunities”
The U.S. Congress late last week approved a defense spending bill for fiscal year 2008 with more than $180 million in funds for Alaska projects. via Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
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#1 Nov 14, 2007
The Offense contractors are some of the biggest campaign contributors to our congressional delegation. The delegation has voted for almost every defense contract put before them. As long as the companies and the military spend a little of it in Alaska, billions in unnecessary spending gets authorized. The tax payers of every state but Alaska are getting screwed big time.
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