Senate Approves $768 Billion in Military Spending

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The Senate passed a $768 billion defense bill in an 89-10 vote. “I know defense isn’t President Biden’s top priority, but we showed it is a bipartisan priority in this Congress” said Senator Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma. Lawmakers say the security situation with China and Russia has increased significantly since first presented in July with the increased threat of the weapons technology race.