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Conservation Report Card Vote List

The Conservation Report Card measures the commitment of U.S. Senators and Representatives to wildlife and habitat conservation during each Congressional session. It reviews both House and Senate votes on key conservation issues, providing a clear assessment of how well members of Congress are doing to protect wildlife and wild lands for future generations.

The Report Card is an important resource constituents can use to examine their elected representatives' efforts to conserve our nation's natural heritage for our children and grandchildren.

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07/27/2017
The House passed a massive funding bill that includes $1.6 billion to pay for a 70-mile expansion of President Donald Trump's proposed wall along the U.S.-Mexico border that would slice through a national wildlife refuge and other sensitive lands and wildlife habitat. (July 27, 2017, Roll Call No. 435).
Oppose
Passed
07/24/2017
The Senate voted to confirm David Bernhardt, a former lobbyist for extractive industries and developers, as deputy secretary of the Department of the Interior (DOI). (July 24, 2017, Roll Call No. 166)
Oppose
Confirmed
07/20/2017
The House passed a bill that would authorize a land transfer between Alaska and the federal government to build a road through a wilderness area in the Izembek National Wildlife Refuge that would damage world-class wildlife habitat and undermine fundamental environmental laws. (July 20, 2017, Roll Call No. 406)
Oppose
Passed
07/12/2017
The House passed a bill that would severely weaken and override Endangered Species Act (ESA) protections for salmon and other endangered fish in California's Bay-Delta estuary, threaten life-giving water deliveries to wildlife refuges, effectively repeal the San Joaquin River Restoration Program, preempt state conservation laws, and weaken permitting requirements for new dams in the western United States. (July 12, 2017, Roll Call No. 352).
Oppose
Passed
03/21/2017
The House passed H.J. Res. 69 under the Congressional Review Act (CRA), which permanently revokes the Alaska National Wildlife Refuges Rule that was intended to help conserve native carnivores--including bears, wolves and their young--on millions of acres of national wildlife refuges in Alaska. (March 21, 2017, Roll Call No. 92)
Oppose
Passed
03/07/2017
The Senate passed a resolution to permanently revoke the land-use planning rule for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM, which guides the use and conservation of millions of acres of federal public lands and the wildlife that depend on them. (March 7, 2017, Roll Call No. 82)
Oppose
Passed
02/17/2017
The Senate confirmed Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, a climate-change denier, as the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. (February 17, 2017, Roll Call No. 71)
Oppose
Confirmed
02/16/2017
The House passed H.J. Res. 69 under the Congressional Review Act (CRA), which permanently revokes the Alaska National Wildlife Refuges Rule that was intended to help conserve native carnivores--including bears, wolves and their young--on millions of acres of national wildlife refuges in Alaska. (February 16, 2017, Roll Call No. 98)
Oppose
Passed
02/07/2017
The House passed a resolution to permanently revoke the land-use planning rule for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), which guides the use and conservation of millions of acres of federal public lands and the wildlife that depend on them. (February 7, 2017, Roll Call No. 83)
Oppose
Passed
02/02/2017
The Senate passed S.J. Res 10, a resolution to permanently revoke the Stream Protection Rule that was put in place to protect the health and safety of people and the environment from the harmful effects of surface coal mining and toxic runoff in our water ways. (February 2, 2017, Roll Call No. 43)
Oppose
Passed

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