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Determined Advocacy Preserves the Historic Tax Credit!

After more than five years of consistent advocacy, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, together with our partners at the National Trust Community Investment Corporation and the Historic Tax Credit Coalition, is pleased to report that the 20 percent historic tax credit (HTC) has...

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On the Hill: Historic Tax Credit Update, Bears Ears, Transportation, Disaster Relief, and World War I Monuments

By Government Affairs Staff Updated 12/20/17: See updates in the Historic Tax Credit Section. As we head into the last month of 2017, a number of critical issues related to historic preservation are looming on the hill—from the future of the historic tax credit (HTC) to some good news...

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2017 Two Pager on Historic Preservation Disaster Assistance Package for Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria

12/4/2017: As victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria continue to assess damages and begin planning efforts to rebuild, the Trump Administration and Congress have begun consideration of another emergency supplemental hurricane recovery package. The Administration has proposed a $44 billion...

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Updated 12/20/17: Take Action: Historic Tax Credit Reduced by Half in Senate Bill

Update (12/20/2017): Determined Advocacy Preserves the Historic Tax Credit! Tax reform is moving fast in both the House and Senate, and advocates for historic preservation need to weigh in ! The most significant federal investment in preservation, the HTC, is at stake. Despite...

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Historic Tax Credit Threatened (November 2, 2017 | Public Policy Webinar)

The "Group of Six" instructions to the tax writing committees did not instruct them to keep the Historic Tax Credit as they draft their tax reform bills. Join the webinar to hear what you—and your Members of Congress—can do to help preserve the Historic Tax Credit in this intense legislative...


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On the Hill: Bill to Overhaul the Antiquities Act Moves Forward in the House, Tax Reform Update

Update (12/20/2017): After more than five years of consistent advocacy, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, together with our partners at the National Trust Community Investment Corporation and the Historic Tax Credit Coalition, is pleased to report that the 20 percent historic tax...

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Winter 2008 Forum Journal: Preservation Matters!

T able of Content President’s Report by Richard Moe Spearheading Preservation Action: My Personal Challenge by Nellie Longsworth Celebrating the City by Garrison Keillor Making the Preservation Message Resonate with Donors by Jay Steenhuysen Valuing Heritage: Re-examining...

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A Critical Moment in Our Fight to Protect the Historic Tax Credit: Act Now

Update (12/20/2017): After more than five years of consistent advocacy, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, together with our partners at the National Trust Community Investment Corporation and the Historic Tax Credit Coalition, is pleased to report that the 20 percent historic tax...

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National Marine Sanctuaries: Protecting History Underwater

In 1972, President Richard Nixon signed the National Marine Sanctuaries Act , which authorized the Secretary of Commerce to designate and protect areas of the marine environment that possess special national significance. This federal law was the first to specifically call for the protection of...

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