Senate Passes NPS Centennial Act- Now Moves to President’s Desk; Action Alert: Tax Reform Threatens HTC; Rep. Zinke Named Interior Secretary; Public Comments Open on US World Heritage Tentative List

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 19, Number 44, December 16, 2016 → Senate Clears NPS Centennial Act, Includes HPF Reauthorization- Now Moves to President’s Desk Early Saturday morning, at around 2am, the U.S Senate passed the National Park Service (NPS) Centennial Act, H.R 4680, which in addition to better preparing the NPS for the next …

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House Passes NPS Centennial Act Includes HPF Reauth; Lawmakers Close to Passing CR as Shutdown Threat Looms; Rep McMorris Rodgers Named Interior Secretary; Advocacy Week March 14th-16th

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 19, Number 43, December 09, 2016 → House Passes NPS Centennial Act, Including Reauthorization of the Historic Preservation Fund Earlier this week the House of Representatives passed the National Park Service (NPS) Centennial Act, H.R 4680, which in addition to better preparing the NPS for the next 100 years of …

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What do the Election Results Mean for Historic Preservation; Action in Houston: Thanks For a Great Event; Save the Date: Advocacy Week March 14-16; & Stories From the States

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 19, Number 42, December 02, 2016 → What Do the Election Results Mean for Historic Preservation What a November. Preservation Action is getting back in the swing of things after an extended break following the elections, the National Preservation Conference in Houston, and the Thanksgiving break. At this point we …

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Election 4 Days Away- The Candidates on Historic Preservation; 10 New National Historic Landmarks Announced; Join PA in Houston During the National Preservation Conference- Register Today!

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 19, Number 41, November 04, 2016 → The Candidates on Historic Preservation As I’m sure everyone is well aware, the 2016 election is just 4 days away. On Nov. 8th voters will go to the polls to determine the next president and next administration, all 435 U.S House seats, 34 U.S Senate …

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Results From Our 2016 Federal Candidate Historic Preservation Survey; Alabama Civil Rights Movement Sites Move Closer to National Monument Designation; Join PA in Houston During the National Preservation Conference- Register Today!

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 19, Number 40, October 28, 2016 → Check Out the Results From Our 2016 Federal Candidate Historic Preservation Survey With the Nov. 8th election right around the corner we are pleased to share the results from our “2016 Federal Candidate Historic Preservation Survey” with you and encourage you to share …

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Preservation Action Conducts National Fed. Candidate Historic Preservation Survey; PA at the Heritage Ohio Conference; Join PA in Houston During the National Preservation Conference- Register Today!

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 19, Number 39, October 21, 2016 → Preservation Action’s 2016 Federal Candidate Historic Preservation Survey Results Over the last few months Preservation Action conducted a survey of all candidates running for the U.S House and U.S Senate on federal historic preservation policy. With the Nov. 8th election right around the …

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Struggle over CR Continues in Congress as Shutdown Threat Looms; New Fellowship Program for Emerging Leaders in Preservation; Celebrate National Public Lands Day; Stories From Around the States

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 19, Number 36, September 23, 2016 → Struggle Over Passing Continuing Resolution Continues as Shutdown Threat Looms Democrats and Republicans have still yet to come together on passing a continuing resolution (C.R), which is needed to avert a government shutdown on October 1st. Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell (R-KY) scheduled …

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Congress Moves Closer to Passing CR; US House Passes HBCU Preservation Program Reauthorization; Pres Obama Designates First Marine National Monument in Atlantic Ocean; and Stories From Around the States

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 19, Number 35, September 16, 2016 → Congress Moves Closer to Passing a Continuing Resolution, Funding the Government Into December This week Congress inched closer to passing a short-term funding bill, called a continuing resolution (CR), which would fund the federal government into December. Lawmakers need to pass a CR …

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Congress Returns Next Week; Petition Urging Pres Obama to Create Civil Rights National Park; Take Action to Protect Grand Canyon; Register for National Preservation Conference

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 19, Number 33, September 02, 2016 → Congress Returns From Summer Recess Next Week Congress will return from the summer recess next week. Top on their agenda upon arrival is keeping the government open past September 30th. So far the House of Representatives have passed 4 of the 12 required …

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NPS Accepting Applications for New Civil Rights Grants; GAO Releases Report on Cultural Property Protection; Celebrate 100th Anniversary of the NPS; Stories From Around the States

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 19, Number 31, August 19, 2016 → National Park Service Accepting Applications for New Civil Rights Grants The National Park Service (NPS) announced this week that they are accepting applications for new grants to preserve the sites and stories of African American’s struggle for equal rights in the 20th century. …

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