The proposed fiscal 2018 budget for EPA slashes its funding by a historic 31.4 percent, zeroing out a number of key programs for regulating hazardous chemicals, protecting lakes and waterways, cleaning up contaminated industrial sites through Superfund while clipping its wings on climate change programs. Source: House appropriators assure Pruitt that EPA budget cuts are […]
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