Appropriations Update; House Passes African American History Bill; Bill Introduced to Block Export of Sacred Tribal Objects; Stories From Around the States

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 19, Number 26, July 8, 2016 → Appropriations Update: Limited Congressional Schedule Makes CR Likely Lawmakers returned to Washington this week after the holiday weekend with limited time, as the August recess starts at the end of next week. Lawmakers still have much work to do on the FY17 appropriations …

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Statue of Liberty Reopens; NAGPRA Grants

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Statue of Liberty Reopens in Time for 4th of July As the Northeast continues to rebuild in the wake of Hurricane Sandy there was some good news out of New York this week. Yesterday, the 4th of July, was the re-opening of Liberty Island. While the Statue of Liberty was unharmed during the storm, the …

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