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President's Proposed 2012 Budget to Cut $1.3 Billion from EPA Funding
President Obama's 2012 budget would cut $1.3 billion in funding from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Faced with national fiscal shortages, the President proposes to "win the future" with constrained budget proposals and less federal spending. These federal budget cuts would be reflected in the EPA's budget by decreasing funding for the State Revolving Funds, the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, the clean diesel grant program, and other various savings measures.

In a separate document titled "Fiscal Year 2012 Terminations, Reductions, and Savings," the President's budget contains 211 terminations, reductions and saving measures which would cut $33 billion in spending from the 2012 year. The Obama administration wants to cut $400 billion from the deficit in a 10 year period. The EPA would receive $9 billion in 2012, $1.3 billion less than fiscal year 2011.


 
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