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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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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Hearing Scheduled With Secretary Zinke on Interior Budget Request; Join Historic Tax Credit Lobby Day; Members of Congress Celebrate PresMonth; and Stories From the States

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 20, Number 18, June 02, 2017 → Hearing Scheduled with Secretary Zinke on Proposed Budget for the Department of Interior The House Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior, Environment and Related Agencies will hold a budget hearing with Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke next Thursday, June 8th, on President Trump’s proposed budget request. …

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House Committee Announces Hearing on Tax Reform; DOI Announces List of National Monuments Under Review and Opens Public Comment Period; Celebrate Preservation Month With Site Visits; Alabama Senate Passes HTC; and Stories From Around the States

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 20, Number 15, May 12, 2017 → House Committee Announces Hearing on Tax Reform Preservation Action continues to closely follow the current effort to reform our tax code and the impact tax reform will have on the Federal Historic Tax Credit (HTC). At the end of last month President Trump …

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Bill Introduced to Permanently Reauthorize the LWCF; Celebrate National Park Week; Increased Efforts to Protect Missouri’s HTC Program; Advocacy Week Follow-up; and Stories From the States

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 20, Number 11, April 14, 2017 → Senators Introduce Legislation to Permanently Authorize the Land and Water Conservation Fund A bipartisan group of Senators, led by Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC) and Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO), introduced S. 896. This bill would permanently extend the authorization of the Land and Water Conservation …

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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

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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NPS Announces Grants to Preserve History of Japanese-American Confinement in WWII; State Lawmakers in VA Considering Changes to HTC Program; Register for National Preservation Conference

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 19, Number 34, September 09, 2016 → NPS Announces $3 Million in Grants to Preserve History of Japanese-American Confinement During WWII The National Park Service (NPS) announced $3 million in grants are now available to preserve the history of Japanese-American confinement during World War II. These grants help support the …

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NPS Celebrates 100 Years; Pres Obama Designates New National Monument in Maine’s North Woods and Expands Monument Off Coast of Hawaii; Stories From Around the States

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 19, Number 32, August 26, 2016 → The National Park Service Celebrates 100 Years Thursday, August 25th marked the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service (NPS). On August 25th in 1916, President Woodrow Wilson signed the legislation into law that officially created the NPS. The newly created NPS was …

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Senate Passes Bill to Ban Import of Syrian Antiquities; President Obama Designates Sewall-Belmont House as National Monument; NTHP Accepting Nominations to 11 Most Endangered List; Stories From Around the States

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 19, Number 14, April 15, 2016 → Senate Passes Legislation to Ban Import of Syrian Art and Antiquities This week the Senate unanimously passed H.R 1493, The Protect and Preserve International Cultural Property Act, which is aimed at discouraging the looting and trafficking of art and antiquities from Syria done …

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Urge Members to Sign HPF Dear Colleague Letter; Appropriations Subcommittee Holds Hearing on NPS Budget Request; HTC Improvement Act Introduced in Senate; Thanks for a Great Advocacy Week!

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 19, Number 10, March 18, 2016 → Urge Your Members of Congress to Sign-on to the Historic Preservation Fund Dear Colleague Letter, Deadline Today!! Congress is starting the appropriations process which will determine Fiscal Year 2017 funding levels for historic preservation. It’s critical that advocates reach out to their members …

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