Funding for the Georgia Environmental Protection Division has remained stagnant despite growing state revenues, the report states. Adjusted for inflation, the state’s top environmental... ‘Dirty Dozen’ report on Georgia water

Funding for the Georgia Environmental Protection Division has remained stagnant despite growing state revenues, the report states. Adjusted for inflation, the state’s top environmental regulators received about 21 percent less in the current budget that they did 14 years ago.

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