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(KSL News) The final Congressional spending bill of the year contains almost $50 million for military projects in Utah.
The projects represent significant investment in military infrastructure, predominantly at Hill Air Force Base in Weber and Davis Counties, and the Dugway Proving Ground in Tooele County.
The funding comes as part of the omnibus spending bill that is before Congress this week.