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Senate Passes 2022 Defense Bill; Sends To President Biden

Chuck Schumer

On Wednesday, the Senate passed the 2022 National Defense Authorization Act, sending the annual defense bill to President Joe Biden’s desk and ensuring that Congress’ long-standing record of passing an NDAA every year remains unbroken. The final vote in the Senate was 88-11, with strong bipartisan support. The House passed …

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House passes 2002 National Defense Authorization Act


On Tuesday, by a vote of 363 to 70, the House of Representatives passed the 2022 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). The bill authorizes $768 billion in spending for the Defense Department in fiscal year 2022, $25 billion more than requested by President Joe Biden. The big increase split Democrats, …

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President Trump Vetoes Defense Bill

President Donald Trump vetoed the $741 billion defense bill, sending Congress into overtime to override his veto. “My administration has taken strong actions to help keep our Nation safe and support our service members,” President Trump wrote in a message. “I will not approve this bill, which would put the …

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