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26-Jun-2019 20:57

The Department of Defense is the biggest federal employer in Philadelphia, with 7,459 employees.(The Department of Homeland Security, which is also getting a 6.8 percent funding boost, employs 1,513 people here.)Included in the proposed defense budget are funds for Lockheed Martin's F-35 fighter jet, Boeing Apache and Sikorsky Black Hawk helicopters, among others.Here, in black and white, are the areas Trump wants to emphasize with the government's resources, and those he can do without -- and how his priorities affect the Philadelphia region.In his introduction to the budget, President Trump said enormous increases in defense spending – to the tune of billion, one of the largest ever – were necessary “in these dangerous times.” The proposed budget likewise cuts billion from non-defense spending in order to fund the increase."I feel that if they do get money, that it will be used wisely, where in the past, I probably didn’t feel the same," she said."Anytime there’s budget cuts, a lot of people are impacted and it can be upsetting to many," Ruell said, "but I’m at least happy at the VA that they’re giving more money for the veterans because they really deserve it."President Trump’s proposed spending plan would cut about billion from the U. Department of Education’s billion budget and drastically rearrange its priorities.The president has called for boosting funds for a charter school grant program that helps open new charter schools and expand and replicate successful ones.Boeing builds the Immigration enforcement: The proposed budget also ramps up hiring for immigration enforcement and border patrol -- 1,500 more hires -- and provides funding for expanded deportation and detention operations.The budget also would set aside million to implement mandatory nationwide use of the E-Verify system, which allows employers to check job-seekers' work eligibility.

Kristen Ruell, a VA whistleblower, met the news of the agency's increased funding with excitement. "Great that the president is keeping his word on his dedication for veterans."Though Ruell has criticized management of the VA in the past, she expressed confidence in the new leadership.

Philadelphia, the country's poorest big city, "For a number of years, we have seen a precipitous drop in funding for lead paint remediation.

We need to get lead out of kids' houses so they don't get poisoned in the first place -- because once they have it, there is no medical cure," said Colleen Mc Cauley.

“Here in Pennsylvania we have seen first-hand the consequences of budgets that indiscriminately cut programs,” she said.

“Our schools are still recovering from the cuts made under the previous administration.”The proposed budget gives an extra million in funding to Department of Housing and Urban Development's program aimed at eliminating lead paint in low-income homes.

Kristen Ruell, a VA whistleblower, met the news of the agency's increased funding with excitement. "Great that the president is keeping his word on his dedication for veterans."Though Ruell has criticized management of the VA in the past, she expressed confidence in the new leadership.

Philadelphia, the country's poorest big city, "For a number of years, we have seen a precipitous drop in funding for lead paint remediation.

We need to get lead out of kids' houses so they don't get poisoned in the first place -- because once they have it, there is no medical cure," said Colleen Mc Cauley.

“Here in Pennsylvania we have seen first-hand the consequences of budgets that indiscriminately cut programs,” she said.

“Our schools are still recovering from the cuts made under the previous administration.”The proposed budget gives an extra million in funding to Department of Housing and Urban Development's program aimed at eliminating lead paint in low-income homes.

More than 133,000 students are enrolled in charter schools in Pennsylvania. “The Administration’s proposed billion cut to the education budget is irresponsible, and it would put programs and needed support services provided by schools at risk if it is adopted by Congress,” said Gentzel, who was the executive director of the Pennsylvania School Boards Association before taking the helm of the national organization.