The List of Proposed Cuts With the Most Impact on Alabama

Of the programs on the original list of 66 that the president proposed to eliminate, there were 40 that would impact Alabama, based on a BirminghamWatch examination:

The Economic Development Administration

Manufacturing Extension Partnership

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Grants and Education

Single Family Housing Direct Loans

Rural Water and Waste Disposal Program

Rural Business Cooperative Services

21st Century Community Learning Centers

Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Community Services Block Grant

Health Professions and Nursing Training Programs

Migrant and Seasonal Farm Worker Training

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program

Flood Hazard Mapping and Risk Analysis Program

Choice Neighborhoods

Community Development Block

Home Investment Partnerships Program

Self-Help and Assisted Homeownership Opportunity Program Account

Abandoned Mine Land Grants

Heritage Partnership Program

National Wildlife Refuge Fund

State Criminal Alien Assistance Program

National Infrastructure Investments (TIGER)

Corporation for Public Broadcasting

Corporation for National and Community Service

Legal Services Corporation

Appalachian Regional Commission

Federal Supplemental Development Grants

Student Support and Academic Enrichment Grants

Supporting Effective Instruction State Grants

Teacher Quality Partnership

  1. Institutes of Peace

NASA Office of Education

NASA Five Earth Science Missions

Senior Community Service Employment Program

Energy Star and Voluntary Climate Programs

EPA Geographic Programs

National Endowment for the Arts

National Endowment for the Humanities

Overseas Private Investment Corporation

Those programs have not been eliminated at present, but some federal agencies have already signaled their support of Trump’s wishes. At the same time, there are agencies, nonprofits and others criticizing the proposed cuts and hoping they don’t get enacted.