WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.), chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, issued a response Wednesday after President Trump vetoed the annual defense policy bill.
The National Defense Authorization Act would affirm 3% pay raises for U.S. troops and authorize more than $740 billion in military programs and construction. The House approved the bill by a 335-78 margin, while the Senate approved it 84-13.
For a summary of the NDAA, click here.
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