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House lawmakers look to help military families combat inflation by calling for lower prices at commissaries

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Eight Democrats on the House Armed Services Committee called on Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin to remove the revenue requirement at base commissaries, which would lower grocery prices and help military families better cope with fast-rising inflation.

“Many of our military families are struggling to meet their basic needs due to rising prices,” the lawmakers wrote to Austin in letter dated May 11.

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