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Advocacy Alert! We Need You to Help Protect the Historic Tax Credit!
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Contributed By: Preservation Massachusetts
Email The Author: ekelly@preservationmass.org
Website: http://forum.savingplaces.org/blogs/shaw-sprague/2017/01/19/call-to-action-update-urgent-action-to-protect-the-historic-tax-credit

With a new Congress in place and a new Administration taking over Washington DC today, there is an urgent need for advocacy to protect the Historic Tax Credit, the Federal Government's largest investment in Historic Preservation.

President Donald Trump and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan have prioritized moving tax reform through the 115th Congress and have made it a first 100 day objective.  With the new Congress this bill could move swiftly.  

The threat to the Historic Tax Credit is very real and we could soon lose it!

Which is why we need YOUR ASSISTANCE! Contact your Congressman as a voter and constituent and ask them to support the HTC during tax reform efforts because it is a priority to constituents and communities in their district. 

Your support and efforts are critical to statewide and national efforts to protect
important preservation programs in the new Washington DC. 

Remind your elected officials this credit and preservation is a priority!

What Can I Do?

Get Armed with Info:

Read this Call to Arms from the National Trust for Historic Preservation or watch this webinar to get the latest in updates from Washington DC and strategy going forward.

Click here to see the impact of the HTC in Massachusetts.

Click here to view specific HTC projects with the Novogradac HTC Mapping Tool.

Get Connected: 
Contact your Congressman's Office and ask them to Support the HTC throughout tax reform.  

Click here for additional legislative talking points.

Share and Stay In the Loop:
Encourage your friends and neighbors to voice their support as well.  Preservation is a community and it takes a village to get it done. Sign up for our e-newsletter and e-alerts for up to date information on the HTC and other important program news.  The better connected we are the better we can mobilize to address urgent issues like the HTC and others in the future. 


Posted: January 21, 2017
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