EPA’s FY21 Budget Again Floats Deep Cuts, Deemed DOA in Congress

February 10, 2020
The Trump administration’s fiscal year 2021 budget proposes to cut EPA’s budget by 26 percent, including a 16 percent reduction in the agency’s core Environmental Programs and Management (EPM) account, as well as steeper cuts in Superfund, science and other programs, prompting warnings that the plan is dead on arrival in Congress. “It is unfortunate that instead of using his budget to build on the historic investments in last year’s budget deal, the President doubled down on partisan talking points...

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