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Bullet policy, statements · Oct 24, 2021

Stakeholders Urge Lawmakers to Support Agricultural Climate Research Investments

A coalition of 132 agricultural research stakeholder groups has called on House and Senate leadership to prioritize and protect the vital investments in agricultural climate research, agricultural research infrastructure, and agricultural innovation included in the ‘Build Back Better’ infrastructure package.
Bullet policy · Oct 11, 2021

Biden Administration Restores Migratory Bird Protections

The Department of the Interior has launched a new course of action to restore protections under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA) and is inviting ideas to develop a new permit system that aims to protect migratory birds while authorizing some accidental bird deaths.
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Bullet policy · Sep 27, 2021

Congress Considers Stopgap Funding, Debt Ceiling Suspension

The House has passed a stopgap funding bill along party lines to keep the government operational at level-funding until December 3, 2021. The bill also includes a measure to suspend the U.S. debt ceiling through December 2022 and provide more than $26 billion in emergency aid for natural disasters.
Bullet policy · Sep 27, 2021

Interagency Report Outlines Best Practices for Diversity, Inclusion in STEM

The National Science and Technology Council (NSTC), which coordinates science and technology policy across the federal research and development agencies, has released a new report describing best practices for strengthening diversity and inclusion in the federal STEM workforce.