Obama Budget Reduces Spending for Environmental Protection Agency

Dow Jones: The Obama administration's 2014 budget proposal for the Environmental Protection Agency totals $8.2 billion, or about 3.5% below the 2012 enacted level and almost 5% less than provided for under the 2013 continuing resolution. Most programs receive roughly similar funding levels as the last two years. The administration proposes cutting funds for grants to state-level environmental programs by about $465 million, or about 13%, compared with 2012 levels. The administration often proposes cuts in......

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