The blueprint hits spending for “government-wide climate-change-related activities.”
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Rep. Paul Ryan’s (R-Wis.) fiscal budget proposal leaves little back when it comes to attacking President Obama’s climate agenda, which Republicans have assailed as an onslaught of regulations and federal overreach. [READ RYAN’S BUDGET PROPOSAL.]

The chairman of the House Budget Committee unveiled his 2015 proposal for what may be his last time on Tuesday. The budget seeks to slash roughly $5.1 trillion from estimated spending during the coming decade.

While the most notable cut in spending comes from repealing Obama’s signature healthcare law, Ryan’s budget targets funding across agencies that the administration is relying on to advance the Obama’s climate agenda, a crucial piece of the president’s second-term legacy.