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Congress Returns from Summer Recess to Appropriations Logjam
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Contributed By: National Trust's Public Policy Department and Center for State and Local Policy
Website: http://www.preservationnation.org/resources/newsletters/trustee-bulletin/Public-Policy-Weekly-Bulletin-2-1-1-2-2-3-13.html

Congress returned from its summer recess facing a major logjam in considering unfinished FY12 appropriations bills and a looming deadline with the end of the fiscal year approaching on September 30th.  As a result, the House leadership has decided to forgo consideration of individual spending bills – including the FY’12 Interior bill and historic preservation funding – in preparation for a continuing resolution (CR) at the end of the month.  In addition, the Senate Appropriations Committee met this week to determine 302(b) allocations for all 12 spending bills and approved a 302(b) allocation of $29.275 billion for the FY’12 Interior bill – which is $1.802 billion higher than the House allocation of $27.473 billion. Heading into the CR at month’s end the Historic Preservation Fund (HPF) will be funded at FY’11 levels ($49.5 million).  If time allows and the Senate marks up its version of the FY12 Interior bill, the HPF could see a  higher level of spending for the HPF on the Senate side – perhaps closer to FY’10 ($54.5 million) level funding based on the higher 302(b) allocation – which would provide some room for negotiating in a year-end omnibus spending bill. 

Reprinted with permission from the National Trust's Public Policy Department and Center for State and Local Policy

Posted: September 13, 2011
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