Advocates fear GOP's proposed climate cuts would harm public health

Republicans seeking to shrink government are proposing deep cuts in clean-water, CDC, and environmental-justice programs.

Nurse practitioner Anthony Carano speaks with a patient at the Mountain Park Health Center in Phoenix in March. As heat waves fueled by climate change arrive earlier, grow more intense, and last longer, people over 60 who are more vulnerable to high temperatures are increasingly at risk of dying from heat-related causes. (AP Photo/Matt York)

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