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EPA's FY18 Funding May Hinge On Progress Of Individual Spending Bills

May 10, 2017
The ability of EPA's defenders to resist deep cuts to EPA's fiscal year 2018 budget may depend not only on their ability to mobilize public support in favor of the agency but also on whether Congress can avoid last-minute budget brinksmanship with the White House, while focusing aggressively on details in individual spending bills, according to several Senate Democrats. “I think a lot of it is going to depend on what kind of will the Congress has to do what...

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