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07/22/2020
The Great American Outdoors Act (H.R. 1957 as amended) would provide $9.5 billion over five years to address the repair backlog for our national parks and public lands. It will also permanently dedicate $900 million annually to the Land and Water Conservation Fund which protects parks and public lands from incompatible development. A vote in favor of the measure is the pro-parks vote.
Support
Passed
06/17/2020
The Great American Outdoors Act (H.R. 1957 as amended) would provide $9.5 billion over five years to address the repair backlog for our national parks and public lands. It will also permanently dedicate $900 million annually to the Land and Water Conservation Fund which protects parks and public lands from incompatible development. A vote in favor of the measure is the pro-parks vote.
Support
Passed
02/12/2020
The Protecting America's Wilderness Act (H.R. 2546) designates over one-million acres of public land as wilderness and also furthers protection for over one-thousand river miles. This land, some of which is park adjacent or administered by NPS, has been deemed to have exceptional value and is worthy of expanded federal protection. A vote for this legislation is the pro-parks vote.
Support
Passed
02/12/2020
This amendment removes land from Protecting America's Wilderness Act that have been previously designated Wilderness Study Areas. Mesa Verde National Park is adjacent to one of these sites and would be threatened if the surrounding wilderness isn't preserved. A vote against this amendment is the pro-parks vote.
Oppose
Failed
02/12/2020
This amendment strips potential wilderness lands from Protecting America's Wilderness Act. These lands, including those administered by the National Park Service at Redwood National Park, have ongoing ecological restoration projects and will qualify for wilderness protections in the near future. A vote against this amendment is the pro-parks vote.
Oppose
Failed
02/12/2020
This amendment to Protecting America's Wilderness Act critically undercuts Congressional authority by allowing DOI or USDA Secretaries to exempt areas that Congress has designated as wilderness. This is antithetical to the Wilderness Act and unnecessarily puts our public lands and parks adjacent to wilderness at risk of mismanagement. A vote against this amendment is the pro-parks vote.
Oppose
Failed
02/05/2020
The Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Act (H.R. 4031) helps restore and improve water quality for the 13 national park sites, and over 30 million Americans, that depend on the Great Lakes for drinking water. This bill continues a critical program that the National Park Service utilizes to prevent beach closures, fight invasive species and improve water quality across the Great Lakes region.
Support
Passed
10/31/2019
This amendment to the Department of the Interior Appropriations bill for fiscal year 2020, would undermine the critically important Land and Water Conservation Fund program. This program protects our national parks and public lands from incompatible residential and commercial development. A vote against the measure is the pro-parks vote.
Oppose
Failed
10/30/2019
The Grand Canyon Centennial Protection Act (H.R. 1373) would make permanent the current 20-year ban on uranium mining for just over one million acres of federal land neighboring Grand Canyon National Park. This action will protect one of our most awe-inspiring landscapes, its watershed and the water resources vital to the Havasupai people, from the impacts of uranium mining. A vote in favor of the measure is the pro-parks vote.
Support
Passed
10/30/2019
The Chaco Cultural Heritage Area Protection Act of 2019 (H.R. 2181) would protect the unique, internationally renowned cultural landscape of one of America's oldest and most sophisticated cultures, represented at Chaco Culture National Historical Park. The bill would withdraw the federal lands within an approximate ten-mile Chaco Protection Zone, from further oil and gas development by the Bureau of Land Management. A vote in favor of the measure is the pro-parks vote.
Support
Passed

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