Encourage Your Members of Congress to Co-sign FY16 HPF Dear Colleague Letter; Preservtion50 Effort Continues; Annual ACHP Meeting; Preservation Day in Texas and other Stories From the States

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 18, Number 10, March 13, 2015 → Encourage Your Members of Congress to Sign the FY2016 HPF Dear Colleague Letter The Congressional Historic Preservation Caucus co-chairs, Reps. Michael Turner (R-OH) and Earl Blumenauer (D-OR), are leading a House FY16 Dear Colleague letter and Senators Kristen Gillibrand (D-NY) and Ben Cardin (D-MD) are leading a …

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114th Congress Sworn In; NC HTC Supporters Launch Petition; HTC to be Introduced in Oregon; Start Planning for Advocacy Week

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 18, Number 1, January 09, 2015 → 114th Congress Sworn in The 114th Congress was sworn in Tuesday. Rep. John Boehner (R-OH) was reelected Speaker of the House, and Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) was confirmed as new Senate Majority Leader. Reflecting the results of November’s midterm election, Republicans took control …

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FY 2015 Omnibus Appropriations Bill and NDAA in Lame Duck Session, New GAO Report on Transportation, Advocacy Scholars Applications Due

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 17, Number 47, November 28, 2014 → Lame Duck Session FY 2015 Appropriations Several issues still require action during Congress’ lame duck session, which ends Jan. 3rd. High on the list of priorities is a FY 2015 spending bill. The government is currently operating under a continuing resolution (C.R.), which …

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President Obama Designates San Gabriel Mountains National Monument; New ACHP Member Appointed; Preservation on Ballot in NJ

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 17, Number 42, October 17, 2014 → President Obama Designates San Gabriel Mountains National Monument President Obama used his authority under the Antiquities Act to establish the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument. This designation protects 346,177 acres of national forest land in the San Gabriel Mountain. The national monument is …

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PA Expresses Opposition to Military LAND Act, Ceremony for Poverty Point UNESCO Site, PAF hosts HUD Sec. Julian Castro, Advocacy Scholars Deadline Extended

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 17, Number 38, October 10, 2014 → Preservation Action and Partner Organizations Express Strong Opposition to Military LAND Act Preservation Action with several partner organizations wrote this letter to Senator Mary Landrieu (D-LA), chairman of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, to express our strong opposition to the Military …

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CAPP Act Introduced in the House, Encourage Co-sponsorship; Nine New NHL’s Announced; Gov. Brown Vetoes California’s HTC, Upcoming Events; Stories from the States

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 17, Number 36, October 3, 2014 → Goodbye to Darlene Taylor Preservation Action thanks Darlene Taylor for her work the past year as President to grow the reach of PA in Washington, D.C., and around the country. We wish her the best of luck as she pursues a Masters of …

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House Appropriations Releases FY 2015 Interior Budget; Julian Castro confirmed as HUD Secretary; Senate Passes Public Land Bills; Maritime Grants; Virginia Seeks Input on Preservation

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 17, Number 25, July 11, 2014 → House Appropriations Interior Subcommittee Marks Up FY 2015 Interior Appropriations Bill The House Appropriations Committee released their FY 2015 Interior and Environment Appropriations bill. The bill contains $2.6 billion for the Department of Interior, which includes the National Park Service (NPS) and historic …

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Preservation Stories: Amtrak’s Great American Stations Project

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Amtrak’s Great American Stations Project Approximately one-third of all Amtrak-served stations are listed on the National Register, and many are also included on state and/or local registers. The depot is one of the most visible reminders of America’s extensive railroad heritage and represents a variety of architectural styles. Train stations can ignite economic development, spur tourism and historic preservation efforts, figure into public …

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Texas gave Preservation Action a Lone-Star Welcome

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Texas gave Preservation Action a Lone-Star welcome January 27-31, 2014. In the state where the founding inspiration for a national coalition of preservation-focused grassroots activists began, now Preservation Action, State Senator Rodney Ellis and Licia Green-Ellis hosted a reception and meetings with preservationists to share ideas and works underway in historic preservation. Politicos with hearts …

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Texas Governor Signs Bill Establishing Historic Tax Credit; PA Teams Up with US/ICOMOS to Research UNESCO, Help US World Heritage

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 16, Number 24, June 21, 2013 → Texas Governor Signs Bill Establishing Historic Tax Credit Last week Texas Governor Rick Perry (R) signed H.B. 500 which establishes a commercial historic tax credit in Texas! Preservation Action worked with our state and local partners and a coalition of other groups in …

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