Senate’s Bill Reverses NPS’s 5% Sequester Cuts
A Senate appropriations bill treats the National Park Service much better than does a similar measure in the House of Representatives, National Parks Traveler has reported.
Of course, much haggling remains between the chambers before we have a final picture of how the Park Service will fare, financially, in the next budget year. However, the appropriations bill in the Senate is nearly $350 million above the House bill, and also reverses the damaging sequester cuts, according to the National Parks Conservation Association.
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