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Defense Bill Lures Pork

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The Washington Post notes that the current military spending bill is - by far - the most attractive hidey hole for congressmen seeking to conceal various pork projects. Notwithstanding the arguments about whether or not certain actual defense projects fit the definition of "pork," the story points out some of the more irrelevant measures addended to the bill, including aid to Palestinians, tsunami relief, southern Utah watershed protection and judicial security details.

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