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Breaking Defense

The House of Representatives passed its version of the fiscal year 2022 National Defense Authorization Act by a bipartisan 316-113 margin, paving the way for an investigation into the Afghanistan withdrawal, for women to register for the draft, and for new ships and missiles. The bill—which sets defense spending at $740 billion, $24 billion over what was requested by the Biden administration—now heads to the Senate, where changes undoubtedly await.