How Did Your Rep Vote on Military Budget? Thank or Spank Accordingly.

The U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday, July 21, voted 324 to 93 (with 13 not voting) to defeat a proposal to move a mere 10% of military spending to human, environmental, and health needs. Learn more here.

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Background:
>> Roll Call of Vote
>> Marc Pocan, Data for Progress: "The American People Agree: Cut the Pentagon's Budget."
>> National Priorities Project: "Ten Better Uses for Ten Percent of the Pentagon Budget."