WASHINGTON -- The latest plan to close or reorganize military bases is scheduled to be sent to the Clinton administration tomorrow, pushing communities nationwide one step closer to economic hardship from the loss of thousands of military and civilian jobs.

The latest proposals, drafted by the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission during five days of deliberations that ended Sunday, reconfirm the bad economic news some areas received when the Defense Department in March drafted the original plan to close roughly 30 military facilities across the country and reorganize at least 100 others.

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