US Capitol Building, © Architect of the Capitol117TH HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES VOTES

  • PROTECTING ADDITIONAL WILDLANDS

    The House passed a bill that would designate millions of acres as wilderness areas or other protected public lands. (February 26, 2021, Roll Call No. 45)

  • CONSERVING AND RESTORING WILDLIFE CORRIDORS

    The House adopted a package of pro-environmental amendments including one to establish wildlife corridors on federal lands and provide funding to states, tribes, federal agencies and private landowners to conserve corridors nationwide. (June 30, 2021, Roll Call No. 201).

  • INVESTING IN INFRASTRUCTURE TO CONSERVE WILDLIFE AND RESTORE HABITAT

    The House passed a broad infrastructure package that included provisions to create a national system of wildlife corridors, restore habitat degraded by legacy roads and trails and create a new national wildlife refuge. (July 1, 2021, Roll Call No. 208).

  • FUNDING WILDLIFE PROTECTIONS AND REJECTING HARMFUL RIDERS

    The House passed a seven-bill FY 2022 appropriations package that includes both Interior and Environment and Agriculture appropriations for important funding increases for the National Wildlife Refuge System, threatened and endangered species programs on multiple-purpose lands and a program to reduce human-wildlife conflicts, and eliminates a rider that prevents protections for the imperiled greater sage-grouse. (July 29, 2021, Roll Call No. 247)

  • INVESTING UNPRECEDENTED FUNDING TO ADDRESS THE CLIMATE CRISIS

    The House passed the Build Back Better Act to invest approximately $1.8 trillion in climate mitigation and adaptation, the protection of endangered species and forest health and other efforts. (November 19, 2021, Roll Call No. 385).

  • RESTORING BUFFALO TO TRIBAL LANDS

    The House passed a bill that would support efforts by tribes and tribal organizations to restore buffalo and their habitat on tribal lands. (December 8, 2021, Roll Call No. 427

117TH SENATE VOTE DESCRIPTIONS

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