Published On: Wed, Sep 6th, 2017

EPA under Trump shrinks to near Reagan-era staffing levels

EPA under Trump shrinks to near Reagan-era staffing levels

The workforce of the Environmental Protection Agency could soon shrink to the lowest level since Ronald Reagan occupied the White House — part of a push to curtail the size and scope of an agency that President Trump once promised to eliminate “in almost every form.” The EPA employs about 14,880 people, but administration officials made clear this spring […]

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