Posted November 20, 2018 10:30:48 In the months since Donald Trump was inaugurated president, the Environmental Protection Agency has been facing scrutiny and protests over its enforcement of the Clean Water Act, which has been used to protect waterways and wetlands from pollution.
It is the agency’s job to protect the environment by enforcing federal environmental laws that protect people and the environment.
This includes enforcing the Clean Air Act and the Clean Drinking Water Act.
The Clean Water and Clean Drinking water act requires that the EPA implement federal rules that regulate water quality and pollution.
The agency’s enforcement has been criticized for its lack of focus on environmental health and safety, especially when it comes to air quality and health impacts on communities.
The EPA also has a strong record of enforcement of other environmental laws.
The Environmental Protection Administration is responsible for regulating the chemicals that the agency uses to make its chemicals and equipment.
This is also the agency responsible for protecting the environment in areas where they are used, such as coal mining and drilling.
The Trump administration has proposed eliminating the EPA’s enforcement of these federal laws, including the Clean Power Plan, which would eliminate the EPA from regulating greenhouse gas emissions.
In addition, Trump is planning to eliminate the rule to reduce methane emissions from power plants.
Under the Clean Energy Jobs Act, the Trump administration is proposing to cut $8 billion from the EPA budget and $10 billion from its funding.
The Department of Transportation (DOT) is also considering cutting its budget by $2 billion over the next decade.
The president has made some executive orders to cut spending on the Environmental Protect Agency and the Departments of Interior and Agriculture.
These cuts would reduce funding for environmental programs and services for federal employees, which include enforcement of environmental laws, the implementation of environmental protections, and enforcement of pollution rules.
The department also has proposed slashing funding for programs to protect and restore the Gulf Coast, including programs that work to protect water quality in the Gulf and the coastal areas in the Great Lakes region.
The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) also has indicated it would cut funding for EPA enforcement.
Under Trump’s budget plan, $11 billion would be cut from the Office of Air and Radiation Protection, which protects the nation’s air, including in areas affected by pollution.
In the 2017 fiscal year, the Office had $1.3 billion in funding for enforcement.
Additionally, EPA has received $2.5 billion from other federal agencies and programs, including $2 million from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
This funding is used to pay for enforcement activities.
The administration has said that its enforcement efforts are focused on enforcing the federal Clean Water Rule, which requires that federal agencies that use water for drinking or manufacturing must protect water resources from pollution and reduce waste and pollution of water and other water resources.
The rule also requires that state and local governments comply with Clean Water Restoration Acts and regulations, including those that govern the use of wastewater, that are created or expanded in connection with the Clean Waters Act.
However, EPA does not have the authority to enforce federal Clean Waters Acts, so the agency is working to implement state and other laws and regulations that regulate pollution in the nation.
The U.S. Environmental Protection, Development, and Reform Act of 1970 (DEPRA), a law passed in 1976, established a series of programs that have allowed the EPA to enforce environmental laws to reduce pollution.
the program was phased out in 2020, with a new program to provide funding for pollution control activities for state and tribal governments being created by the Trump Administration.
The 2017 budget included $4.3 million to help the EPA administer the law.
This amount represents a 1 percent reduction in the funding for the program since 2017, which is not a major reduction, according to a report by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO).
Under the Trump budget plan proposed by Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke, the EPA would be able to only administer and enforce Clean Water Acts.
The program would also not have any funding to enforce the Clean Environment Protection Act, and the EPA will no longer be able enforce the Environmental Clean Air Acts.
Additionally the Trump-appointed EPA Administrator, Scott Pruitt, has pledged to repeal and replace the EPA Clean Water Clean Water rule, which was finalized in 2016, and to repeal all other federal environmental law.
The law states that “a Federal agency shall not promulgate a rule or regulation that directly or indirectly affects the environment, the public health, safety, or welfare of the public, including any regulation affecting a particular class of substances, or the production, processing, sale, distribution, or consumption of a product.”
Under the law, EPA will also be required to establish a website to help Americans understand the law and comply with it.