Keep Up the Advocacy: Protect the HTC During Tax Reform; U.S Withdraws From UNESCO; House Committee Considers Harmful Antiquities Act Bill; Get Your Tickets for PAF’s Legendary Party and Auction!; and Stories From Around the States

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 20, Number 33, October 13, 2017 → Keep Up the Advocacy:Protect the HTC During Tax Reform We are urging everyone to keep up the advocacy for the Historic Tax Credit. Congressional leaders are aiming to have tax reform legislation released by the end of the month and hope to pass …

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House Passes Budget Resolution. Clears Path for Tax Reform; DOI Releases Economic Impact Report; Complete PA’s Strategic Issues Survey, Deadline Monday Oct. 9th; Get Your Tickets for PAF’s Legendary Party and Auction!; and Stories From Around the States

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 20, Number 32, October 06, 2017 → House Passes Budget Resolution. Clears Path for Tax Reform This week the House of Representatives passed its 2018 budget resolution, along a mostly party line vote. This is the next step in the effort from congressional Republicans to reform the tax code. The budget …

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Action Alert: Tax Reform Framework Threatens Historic Tax Credit; HTC Sign-on Letter Sent to Congress; Vote for Your Favorite Main Street Projects; Add Your Voice to PA’s Strategic Issues Survey; Get Your Tickets for PAF’s Legendary Party and Auction!; and Stories From Around the States

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 20, Number 31, September 29, 2017 → Action Alert: Tax Reform Framework Released- Historic Tax Credit Could Be on the Chopping Block This week Republican leadership released a tax reform framework which outlines the goals of tax reform legislation and guides the House and Senate tax writing committees. The framework did not …

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Sec Zinke Recommends Modifications to 10 National Monuments; Wisconsin Governor Signs Budget Dramatically Reducing State HTC; Add Your Voice to PA’s Strategic Issues Survey; Get Your Tickets for PAF’s Legendary Party and Auction!; and Stories From Around the States

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 20, Number 30, September 22, 2017 → Report: Interior Sec. Zinke Recommends President Trump Shrink 6 National Monuments and Modify 4 Others According to reports out this week, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke recommended President Trump reduce the size of 6 National Monuments and modify 4 others. Sec. Zinke submitted his recommendations in late August, after …

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Tax Reform Efforts Continue; House Passes Spending Bill- Includes Restored HPF Funding; Plan a Candidate Forum on Preservation; Get Your Tickets for PAF’s Legendary Party and Auction!; and Stories From Around the States

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 20, Number 29, September 15, 2017 → Tax Reform Efforts Moving Forward- Keep Up the Advocacy! Lawmakers are moving forward with efforts to reform the tax code and could draft legislation as early as October. This week House Ways and Means Committee Chairman, Kevin Brady (R-TX) said Congressional Republicans and the Administration …

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Amendment Restores HPF to FY17 Levels; Add Your Organization to National HTC Sign-on Letter; Get Your Tickets for PAF’s Legendary Party and Auction!; and Stories From Around the States

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 20, Number 28, September 08, 2017 → Amendment Restores Historic Preservation Fund to FY17 Levels This week the House began debate on the Make America Secure and Prosperous Appropriations Bill (H.R 3354), the vehicle for passing the 8 remaining appropriations bills including the Interior and Environment Appropriations bill. During the …

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Congress Returns Sept. 5th: Shutdown Threat Looms; Sec. Zinke Submits National Monument Review Recommendations; Get Your Tickets for PAF’s Legendary Party and Auction!; Upcoming Events and Stories From the States

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 20, Number 27, August 25, 2017 → Congress Set to Return Sept. 5th as Shutdown Threat Looms When lawmakers return from the August Recess in just under 2 weeks their top priorities will be passing a funding measure and increasing the debt ceiling. Members of Congress need to pass a funding …

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Congressional Leaders Continue Work on Tax Reform; Applications Being Accepted for Civil Rights Grants; Upcoming Events and Stories From the States

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 20, Number 26, August 11, 2017 → Congressional Leaders Continuing Work on Tax Reform; Still Time to Meet With Your Members of Congress Tax reform is quickly becoming the top priority for Congress. Congressional leaders and the Trump administration are moving forward with their efforts to reform the tax code. …

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Action Alert: Schedule a Meeting or Site Visit During the August Recess; NPS Releases Reconstruction Era Theme Study; Living Heritage Symposium, Sept. 6-8; PAF After Party and Auction, Nov. 15th and Stories From the States

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 20, Number 25, August 04, 2017 → Action Alert: Schedule a Meeting or Site Visit During the August Recess   Congress will be on recess from July 31st to September 4th. Contact your members of Congress today and request an in-district/in-state meeting or site-visit! Congress is expected to begin their …

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Action Alert: Schedule a Meeting or Site Visit During the August Recess; Sec. Zinke Announces $50 Million for NPS Infrastructure Projects; Save the Date: PAF After Party and Auction on Nov. 15th and Stories From the States

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 20, Number 24, July 28, 2017 → Action Alert: Schedule a Meeting or Site Visit During the August Recess Congress will be on recess from July 31st to September 4th. Contact your members of Congress today and request an in-district/in-state meeting or site-visit! Congress is expected to begin their summer …

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