Tag Archive: Resource Protection Act

The New Congress – What’s Ahead for National Wildlife Refuges?

The 114th Congress convened on January 6 with new Republican leadership in the Senate and continued Republican leadership in the House of Representatives, as President Barack Obama serves the last two years of his presidency. So what does this mean …

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Perpetrators, Not Taxpayers, Should Pay – the Resource Protection Act

Wildlife refuge signs spray painted with obscene graffiti greeted Bill McCoy, last June when he arrived for work at Indiana’s Patoka River National Wildlife Refuge. He often finds dumped construction debris, tires, empty six-packs and other discards on refuge lands. …

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Resource Protection Act and Volunteer and Community Partnership Act

Earlier this month, the Environment and Public Works Committee held a hearing to discuss two bills that are very important to the National Wildlife Refuge System: S. 2560, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Resource Protection Act, and H.R. 1300, …

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