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High­lights of Trump’s pro­posed bud­get

The pres­i­dent’s first bud­get plan ad­dresses only dis­cre­tionary spend­ing, which is set by con­gres­sional bud­get res­o­lu­tions and makes up more than a quar­ter of the bud­get. Here’s a look at the agen­cies that are the big­gest win­ners and losers:


$52 bil­lion De­fense (+9 per­cent) $2.8 bil­lion Home­land Se­cu­rity (+7 per­cent) $4.4 bil­lion Vet­eran Af­fairs (+6 per­cent)


$2.5 bil­lion En­vi­ron­men­tal Pro­tec­tion Agency (-31 per­cent) $10.9 bil­lion State Depart­ment (-29 per­cent ) $4.7 bil­lion Agri­cul­ture (-21 per­cent) $2.6 bil­lion La­bor (-21 per­cent)


Below are some of the 19 agen­cies for which the bud­get would elim­i­nate fund­ing.

African De­vel­op­ment Foun­da­tion

Ap­palachian Re­gional Com­mis­sion Chem­i­cal Safety Board Cor­po­ra­tion for Na­tional and Com­mu­nity Ser­vice

Cor­po­ra­tion for Pub­lic Broad­cast­ing Delta Re­gional Au­thor­ity De­nali Com­mis­sion In­sti­tute of Mu­seum and Li­brary Ser­vices In­ter-Amer­i­can Foun­da­tion Le­gal Ser­vices Cor­po­ra­tion Na­tional En­dow­ment for the Arts

Na­tional En­dow­ment for the Hu­man­i­ties

U.S. Trade and De­vel­op­ment Agency

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