Border Could Receive Unused Military Equipment
Military equipment may soon come to our border if some congressmen get their way. Lawmakers want the Department of Defense to hand over some of its unused equipment.
Troops coming home from Iraq means a lot of equipment left behind. Your tax dollars paid for it. Lawmakers in D.C. on Tuesday said they don't want it to be money wasted.
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