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Senators side with Joint Chiefs on sex assault law

By Rick Maze
Staff writer
Jun. 12, 2013 - 06:00AM

WASHINGTON — The Senate Armed Services Committee sided with the Joint Chiefs on sexual assault legislation Wednesday, gutting changes passed by a subcommittee on Tuesday that would have created an independent legal command to prosecute serious criminal offenses.

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