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House bill floats $1M for renaming bases that honor Confederate leaders

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A recently released fiscal year 2022 defense funding bill would provide money to the U.S. Army to speed the renaming of bases and other facilities bearing the name of Confederate commanders — including Fort Gordon in Augusta.

The $706 billion legislation, unveiled last Tuesday by the House Appropriations Committee, allocates $1 million for the renaming effort, spearheaded by the Naming Commission, a congressionally mandated panel.

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