By Richard Tillotson
POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jul 01, 2012
~~<p>Should military spending be cut, and if it is, what will that mean for Hawaii?</p>
Should military spending be cut, and if it is, what will that mean for Hawaii?
Unless Congress can rise above partisan differences and pass a budget bill that actually does cut the deficit, the legislation it passed last year mandates something called "sequestration." Beginning in January 2013, it will entail cuts over a period of 10 years amounting to a trillion dollars from social services and a trillion dollars from military spending. Login for more...