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Congress Rejects Trump’s EPA Budget Cuts

New York – Today, Congress approved the Omnibus spending bill that maintains funding for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) at 2017 levels ($8 billion). In addition, the bill includes a $700 million increase for water infrastructure projects. By agreeing to a fully-funded EPA, Congressional leaders not only rejected President Trump proposal, but also earlier versions from Senate and House leaders. Members of the New York Campaign to Save The EPA celebrated the vote, and thanked members of both the House and Senate for siding with public health and the environment. […]

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Changes Headed To EPA At National And Regional Levels

Riverkeeper statement on Gov. Cuomo’s State of the State speech

Riverkeeper President Paul Gallay issues this statement following today’s State of the State address by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo

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The Cuomo Record: Environment

Cuomo’s office tightly controls public records

Gipson Lays Out ‘Affordable Energy Plan’ for the Hudson Valley

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