What do you think about the Trump administration’s proposed cut to EPA funding?
The Trump administration is proposing to cut $1.3 billion from the Environmental Protection Agency’s budget by 2022.
The proposal comes amid a national debate over climate change and pollution, as well as the continued threat of climate change.
The budget proposal comes on top of the $7 billion cut proposed by President Donald Trump in his budget proposal last year.
The EPA would be responsible for enforcing the Clean Water Act and overseeing the nation’s landfills and polluters.
The agency also oversees the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and other federal agencies.
The Trump proposal calls for a 5 percent reduction in the agency’s funding, and the EPA says the proposed cuts would result in a decrease in its budget of more than $1 billion.
Environmental groups and lawmakers say the proposed budget cuts would threaten the lives of millions of Americans and would lead to significant cuts in programs and services.
President Donald Trump has said he wants to cut the EPA budget by 5 percent, and EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt has said that the agency is “not working” to fulfill its statutory mission.
While the proposed funding cut could be a significant blow to the EPA’s mission, it also comes at a time when the agency faces a host of challenges.
For example, the agency will face budget cuts in the next two years as it tries to meet a $1 trillion federal budget deficit and deal with a shrinking workforce.
The EPA also faces a growing number of lawsuits and regulatory challenges from the oil and gas industry and the coal industry, as a result of climate action initiatives that are set to take effect.
Another concern is the impact of the proposed cut on the federal debt.
The federal government has a $19 trillion debt that is being held in a variety of securities, including Treasury bonds and private equity.
The government has been using that debt to fund its programs and operations, including the Clean Air Act, and to pay for social programs like Medicare.