H.R. 1459

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Capitol On March 26, 2014, the House of Representatives voted on and passed H.R. 1459, the Ensuring Public Involvement in the Creation of National Monuments Act. This bill would severely weaken the ability of the president to protect important natural and cultural treasures through the Antiquities Act, which has been of paramount importance to the development of the National Park System. Learn more about the Antiquities Act.

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H R 1459
Mar 26, 2014
House Roll call 147
113th Congress 2nd Session
Passed: 222-201
Vote:
Roll call 147
Votes For:
222
   
Votes Against:
201
   
Not Voting:
8
   

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