Public broadcasting is included
According to a story at scpr.org, The GOP bill would immediately freeze non-security spending at 2008 levels, then cut the budget back to what it was five years ago.
That means cutting the federal workforce by 15 percent, eliminating grants for high-speed rail projects and ending subsidies for the National Endowments for the Arts and Humanities.
It also would erase all federal dollars for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. NPR and its member stations get a portion of their budgets from that entity
Republican Congressman John Campbell of Irvine, CA says he listens to NPR as it’s carved out a popular niche for itself on the radio dial. "I think they can and should continue that niche without government subsidy."
The GOP plan eliminates grants for high-speed rail, Amtrak subsidies and funding for beach replenishment. It cuts more than a billion dollars from the U.S. Agency for International Development, but nothing from the Pentagon’s budget.
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