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Trump budget would sharply reduce federal historic preservation programs; unlikely to pass

On February 10, the White House released its detailed budget request to Congress for fiscal year (FY) 2021. As has become the norm since taking office, the president’s budget proposes devastating cuts to federal humanities and history funding.


These include elimination of the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Institute of Museum and Library Services, the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, history and preservation programs at the National Park Service and federal K-12 history/civics and international education programs.


http://historycoalition.org/2020/02/11/trump-proposes-cuts-and-elimination-of-federal-history-and-humanities-programs-in-fy-21-budget/

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