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Congress passes sprawling plan to boost conservation, parks

The Great American Outdoors Act will boost funding to conserve wildlife and maintain our national parks. Americans will have more opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. And, the bill will strengthen our blossoming recreation economy.

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AG Barr calls George Floyd protests extreme

Exercising the right to protest is not an extreme reaction to injustice. As the attorney general of a nation founded on the principles of free speech and justice for all, Bill Barr should know that.

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House approves Beyer’s proposal to track helicopter noise in D.C.

Helicopter noise is one of the most common complaints my office receives. If the Senate passes the National Defense Authorization Act, we’ll be one step closer to a website that will allow citizens to report formal noise complaints.

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House Speaker clears Virginia Capitol of Lee statue and Confederate busts

Last week, Virginia House of Delegates Speaker Eileen Filler-Corn authorized the removal of Confederate statues and busts from the Virginia State Capitol. Her leadership will allow the House chambers to reflect the Commonwealth’s whole history as the legislature fights for liberty and justice for all.

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