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Making Sense of Congressional Appropriations for Preservation (March 7, 2019 | Public Policy Webinar)

Learn how Congress is appropriating for preservation and the wide-ranging impacts this federal spending has in the field. Speakers: Janelle DiLuccia, National Trust for Historic Preservation; Valerie Grussing, PhD, National Association of Tribal Historic Preservation Officers; Daniel MacKay,...


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On the Hill: A Legislative Agenda in a New Congress

To receive regular updates from the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s government relations team, sign up for our new monthly newsletter. Certainly, the most consequential change resulting from Tuesday’s election is the change in leadership of the House of Representatives...

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Post Midterm Elections Discussion (November 8, 2018 | Public Policy Webinar)

Staff of the Government Relations department at the National Trust for Historic Preservation discuss the potential implications of the mid-term elections for preservation policies. From enhancing the historic tax credit to addressing the backlog of deferred maintenance in our national parks,...


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On the Hill: Key Legislative Priorities Advancing as Clock Winds Down on the 115th Congress

By Government Relations Staff To receive regular updates from the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s government relations team, sign up for our new monthly newsletter. “It’s a Good Day for Public Lands” On October 2 the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee advanced ...

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Supporting Historic Preservation Through a Legislative Caucus

​A Chapter from the Advocacy Training Manual Produced by the Center for State and Local Policy #congress #Lobbying #Advocacy #ForumNews

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Lessons Learned from Saving the Historic Tax Credit: Messaging Through Media Engagement and High-Level Resources

By Andy Grabel, Sarah Heffern, Michael Phillips, Renee Kuhlman, Shaw Sprague On December 20, 2017, during the final hours of congressional action on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the historic tax credit (HTC) was added back into the bill . The HTC is the single most important incentive for...

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Lessons Learned from Saving the Historic Tax Credit: Building an Advocacy Network to Connect with Legislators

By Renee Kuhlman, Shaw Sprague, Michael Phillips, Andy Grabel, and Sarah Heffern On December 20, 2017, during the final hours of congressional action on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the historic tax credit (HTC) was added back into the bill . The HTC is the single most important incentive...

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Lessons Learned from Saving the Historic Tax Credit: Launching the Campaign

By Renee Kuhlman, Shaw Sprague, Michael Phillips, Andy Grabel, and Sarah Heffern On December 20, 2017, during the final hours of congressional action on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the historic tax credit (HTC) was added back into the bill . The HTC is the single most important incentive for...

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The Road Ahead: Positioning the Historic Tax Credit for Positive Change

As the preservation community takes stock of the impressive victory we achieved in preserving the federal historic tax credit (HTC) during the tax reform process, let’s keep up our engagement and continue to build momentum to position the HTC for positive change down the road. Additional changes...

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