Military LAND Act Reintroduced; Senators Introduce Bill to Restrict National Monument Designations; Renewed Effort to Restore HTC Program in Alabama; Register for Advocacy Week!; Stories From Around the States

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 20, Number 03, January 27, 2017 → Rep. Issa Reintroduces Military LAND Act in 115th Congress Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) once again introduced the Military LAND Act , as H.R 473, at the beginning of the 115th congress. The bill has been referred to the House Natural Resources Committee. Rep. Issa introduced this legislation …

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Transportation Reauthorization in the Senate; House Passes Bill Protecting International Cultural Property; HP Funding Restored in CT; Stories From Around the States

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 18, Number 22, June 05, 2015 → Senate Transportation Bill Could Harm Historic Resources The Senate Environment and Public Works (EPW) Committee is currently drafting a major 6-year transportation reauthorization bill. The committee is considering including language from Section 1005 of the Grow America Act, proposed by the Obama Administration, …

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Remember to Vote Tuesday Nov. 4th; ACHP Anounces New Guidance Materials for Historic Preservation Review; Preservation on Ballot in RI; Donate to PAF’s Annual Auction

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 17, Number 44, October 31, 2014 → Remember to Vote Tuesday, Nov. 4th! Midterm elections will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 4th. Nationally the conversation has been about control of the Senate, and there are indeed many close races in places like Louisiana, Georgia, North Carolina, Colorado, New Hampshire, Kentucky, …

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National Park Service Unveils Cultural Resource Reorganization

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 15, Number 37 – August 17, 2012 NPS Announces Reorganization of Cultural Resource Programs After more than a year of consideration, this week the National Park Service announced a reorganization of its cultural resource functions into the Office of Cultural Resources, Partnerships and Science. The plan, according to Stephanie Toothman, …

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