House Floats $982B Spending Bill Amid Sequester
The proposed bill, H.R. 933, offers $518.1 billion in nonwar defense funding, roughly $2 billion above what President Barack Obama sought, and an amount that maintains 2012 levels, according to House Appropriations Chairman Hal Rogers, R-Ky., who introduced the bill. According to the bill, many of its funding provisions are subject to the sequester.
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