OH congressional members critical of proposed cuts to Great Lakes Restoration Initiative

President Trump has proposed cutting by 90 percent the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative

President Trump has proposed cutting by 90 percent the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative

President Donald Trump's proposed fiscal year 2019 budget introduced February 12 severely slashes funding for the program supported by OH congressional members from both parties.

Some officials, including members of Trump's Republican party, vowed to boost funding for the Great Lakes.

A year ago, the Trump administration proposed entirely eliminating funding for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, but lawmakers stood firm and refused to let it happen.

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The fund for the Chesapeake Bay is almost $73 million, but this year would receive $7.3 million.

"The bottom line is the Trump plan is pure fantasy and will not help solve the nation's water infrastructure crisis".

The House Great Lakes Task Force released a statement stating the bipartisan delegation is united in its support of the program, which they said has made much progress in cleaning up the lakes, but efforts must continue. Multiple restoration efforts have occured in the St. Louis River estuary in Duluth-Superior under the federal program.

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His proposed budget would slash Environmental Protection Agency funding for Great Lakes and Chesapeake Bay restoration programs by 90 percent.

$2.65 billion for the Clean Water and Drinking Water State Revolving Funds, which provide low-interest loans to communities to fix and build wastewater and drinking water infrastructure-an increase of $397 million from fiscal year 2017 budget levels.

Trump's budget would give it $30 million.

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Todd Ambs, campaign director for a regional coalition of the Healing Our Waters-Great Lakes Coalition, called the proposal budget is a non-starter.

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