President Trump has been calling for the elimination of the Environmental Protection Agency and other federal agencies for years.
Now he wants to slash federal funding for all federal agencies, with the goal of bringing down the federal deficit by $1.6 trillion by 2026.
That could mean cutting nearly a third of the EPA budget, and it could lead to significant job losses.
But what if Trump’s budget blueprint didn’t actually propose any major cuts?
Here’s what you need to know about the plan.
The Trump budget plan has been criticized by the American Civil Liberties Union, the Sierra Club, the Natural Resources Defense Council, the American Medical Association, and many other groups.
The plan would eliminate federal funding from the Environmental Restoration Act, which funds environmental programs.
The act provides grants for conservation and clean energy programs, including energy efficiency and energy efficiency programs.
However, Trump’s plan would also eliminate funding for the National Science Foundation’s Office of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
The EPA and other agencies would also be eliminated.
In addition, the Trump budget would cut the number of people working at the EPA from the current 300,000 to 75,000.
But some people working in the EPA are likely to see their jobs disappear.
The Environmental Protection Act also funds environmental research and development.
According to the Congressional Budget Office, the EPA’s current budget is $5.8 billion.
In 2020, the agency plans to spend $4.6 billion on environmental research.
The Office of Management and Budget estimated that eliminating the EPA would cost $4 billion in 2020.
A lot of money, and a lot of jobs.
But the Trump administration is not proposing to make any cuts to the EPA.
Instead, the administration is proposing to eliminate the Environmental Management Program, which helps states and localities address the effects of climate change and other environmental problems.
The program provides grants to states to develop policies that address the threat of climate changes.
Under the Trump plan, states would have to set aside $50 million for the program each year.
However the Trump blueprint also would eliminate $50 billion from the EPA for programs related to energy efficiency, water conservation, and clean water infrastructure.
According a report from the Government Accountability Office, states and municipalities are already spending more than $60 billion a year on these programs, but Trump’s blueprint would reduce funding by $100 billion.
States would have 30 days to submit proposals to the administration to fund these programs.
If the proposals are approved, they would be approved by the Environmental Impact Statement, which reviews and reports on the effects on the environment of the proposed changes.
A Trump administration would also use the EPA as a political tool.
In January, Trump said that he would use the Environmental Assessment Act to force states to comply with his proposed budget.
Trump is not the only one trying to use the Office of Environmental Quality to undermine environmental laws.
A number of states are seeking to overturn or nullify environmental laws, such as the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, and even the Clean Food and Drug Act.
The National Park Service, for example, is seeking to repeal the Clean Drinking Water Act.
If you or anyone you know is facing an environmental challenge or has questions about the environment, contact a local environmental attorney or an experienced environmental attorney who can help.