The Senate voted Thursday to block the Defense Department from spending taxpayer money on honoring the military at sporting events.
The amendment, which passed by unanimous consent as part of an annual defense policy bill, comes in the wake of reports the Pentagon spent millions in federal funds for NFL teams to honor troops during games.
Over the past three years the taxpayers have paid 7 million dollars to support our troops and the NFL. The NFL should be ashamed of taking money.
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