THERE’S NEWS FROM THE ARCTIC & IT ISN’T GOOD

Welcome to Federal Policy Week. You can subscribe by entering your email address under the “Follow” label at the upper left section of the page. Thank you! IN THIS ISSUE: Bad Arctic Report. NOAA released the latest reportcard on the Arctic and the news isn’t good. Some lowlights include: Decreasing sea ice has lead to […]

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House Ranking Members – The Leading Democrats on House Committees

Leader Pelosi Introduces Ranking Members (C-SPAN) The House Democrats elected and re-elected Ranking Members of the House Committees. Most of the names of the Committee Ranking Members were released by Democratic Leader Pelosi. Some information (with links, including to the Members, their Committees, and highlighted legislation), which gives you an idea of where these leaders […]

THE NEXT CONGRESS – Committee Leadership on Key Committees

As discussed in the last Federal Policy Week posting, House and Senate Committee memberships and Chairs will change on many Congressional committees. I will keep you updated on changes as they happen to both the authorizing committees and the Appropriations Committee in the both the House and Senate. For now, The Hill provides a preview […]

THE ELECTION – CONSEQUENCES FOR THE ENVIRONMENT, CLIMATE, AND ESA

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FARM BILL CONSERVATION & OTHER FARM RESOURCE RELATED LEGISLATION

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WHAT’S LEFT: PENDING ANIMAL & HABITAT RELATED LEGISLATION IN CONGRESS

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The 2014 Farm Bill: Conservation, Forestry & Energy

Welcome to Federal Policy Week, a blog that covers activities impacting federal policy in the areas of conservation, energy, environment, animal welfare, and natural resources. For education policy issues, please visit my new blog Fed Ed Policy. To subscribe for Federal Policy Week enter your email address under the “Follow” label at the upper left section […]

Some Wins & Some Setbacks for Animals, Energy, and Nominees

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SOMETHINGS IN THE AIR: THE CAA, METHANE RATES; BIRDS (DYING)

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THERE’S SOMETHING HAPPENING HERE. WHAT IT IS AIN’T EXACTLY CLEAR

Federal Policy Week, in honor of the Thanksgiving holiday and Congressional recess, will not publish next week, but return again on approximately December 8, 2013.  Have a great holiday. Welcome to Federal Policy Week, a blog that covers federal policy developments in education, research, science, agriculture, immigration, energy, environment, natural resources, and intellectual property. To […]