Progressive Dems Slam Leadership Bid to 'Slip' Iron Dome Funding Into Budget Bill

Despite the outrage, none of the progressives who opposed the inclusion of the Iron Dome funding in the spending bill have vocally pushed against the emergency aid itself

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Progressive Democrats who pushed party leadership to remove $1 billion in emergency Iron Dome missile defense system funding on Wednesday explained their opposition as an issue with the process, decrying leadership for attempting to 'slip' the Israeli military aid into non-related legislation.

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