Grassroots Survey Results In: Priorities Set; Sandy Aid Bill Progresses Slowly; Debt Limit Showdown Punted; Interior Secretary Hosts Tax Credit Summit in Detroit

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 16, Number 4 – January 25, 2013 Grassroots Survey Results in: Priorities Set Every year, the Preservation Action Foundation sponsors a survey of grassroots preservationists to determine their federal legislative priorities. This information is then used by Preservation Action to help assemble a legislative agenda for the year. This year’s …

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Senate Votes To End Debate on Disaster Bill; Fiscal Cliff Negotiations Stall; NPS Announces New Tax Credit Fee Schedule

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 15, Number 49 – December 21, 2012 Senate Votes To End Debate on Disaster Bill After tireless advocacy by Preservation Action, the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers, and the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the Senate has voted 91-1 to close debate on a bill dealing with the …

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Rehearing for Historic Boardwalk Hall Tax Credit Case Denied; FHWA Issues Transportation Assistance Program Guidance, Preservation Curbed

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 15, Number 47 – October 26, 2012 Transportation Assistance Program Guidance Issued; Preservation Curbed The Department of Transportation has released their guidance on implementing the provisions of MAP-21, the Nation’s new transportation bill that was signed into law by President Obama on July 6th of this year. It replaces the …

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House Scraps Unpopular Transportation Bill, Passes Additional Extension With Similar Provisions; Tax Credit Briefing A Success; Senate Sets FY 2013 Spending Targets

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 15, Number 16 – April 20, 2012 House Drops Unpopular Transportation Bill; Passes Additional Extension With Similar Provisions This week the House gave up on its very unpopular multi-year transportation bill, H.R. 7, acknowledging that thanks in part to successful grassroots lobbying, they did not have the votes to pass …

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