Retired Top Military Leaders Advocate For ‘Strong And Effective’ International Affairs Budget In Letter To Congress
"More than 80 retired top military leaders are calling on Congress to support a strong and effective International Affairs Budget and reiterating how critical this funding is to our national security in a letter [.pdf] released by the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition's (USGLC) National Security Advisory Council (NSAC)," according to a USGLC press release. "The FY 2013 House Budget Resolution being debated this week represents a 11 percent cut to the International Affairs Budget from current year funding, and Members of Congress should heed the advice of our most respected men and women in uniform on why this funding is so important to our national security," the press release states (Parker, 3/27).This is part of the Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription.