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With spiking prices on gas, groceries, and other goods squeezing people across the country, lawmakers are debating whether to boost what would already be the biggest military pay raise in two decades. A House subcommittee fired an opening salvo in the upcoming congressional debate over the pay raise, proposing troops get a 4.6 percent bump in pay next year in its draft portion of the annual defense policy bill.

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