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!

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!

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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NPS Releases First National Study on LGBTQ History; Oct. 15th Marks the 50th Anniversary of the NHPA; Join PA in Houston During the National Preservation Conference- Register Today!

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 19, Number 38, October 14, 2016 → NPS Releases First National Study on LGBTQ History This week the National Park Service (NPS), Department of Interior (DOI), and the Gil Foundation announced the release of a new NPS theme study dedicated to identifying and recognizing historic places and events that shaped …

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Congress Passes CR, Averts Shutdown; New Report Highlights Economic Impact of HTC; NTHP’s 11 Most Endangered Historic Places; New Tool Maps HTC Projects Nationwide

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 19, Number 37, October 07, 2016 → Congress Averts Shutdown, Funds Government Through Dec. 9th With only 2 days until a potential government shutdown, Congress passed a Continuing Resolution (CR) funding the government through December 9th. This extends current funding levels until after the November elections and delays the FY17 …

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