Law360, New York (May 2, 2017, 9:16 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s slice of the $1 trillion budget that’s now making its way through Congress is only 1 percent smaller than its current funding level, a far cry from the 30 percent cut requested by President Donald Trump in March, and it’s not clear such drastic reductions will be achievable in the future.
The bill would give the EPA $8.06 billion to work with for fiscal year 2017, down from the $8.14 billion that was appropriated for fiscal year 2016 under the previous administration. In a March budget proposal, the White House had allocated only $5.7 billion and pushed...
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