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Our members help advance important projects, ensuring that all stakeholders have a voice. That is how society ensures the best decisions are reached.
CRM firms are strongest when they work together to promote a better industry.
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ACRA represents the cultural resource management (CRM) industry and associated fields of study. Our members help advance important projects, ensuring that all stakeholders have a voice and that the best decisions are reached. ACRA strengthens its members with tools, know-how, and opportunities to excel as businesses.
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Your Congress in Action: June 5, 2023
Economic disaster was averted late last week when President Biden signed into law legislation that avoids a government default, the result of furious negotiations between the parties that resulted in the passage of a bill that neither party particularly liked, but...
Your Congress in Action: May 22, 2023
As the federal government comes perilously close to defaulting on its debt for the first time in the country’s history, White House and Congressional negotiators are working furiously on a compromise plan to enable the government to keep borrowing – and those plans...
Bipartisan Historic Preservation Fund Bill Introduced
A bipartisan group of House lawmakers has introduced legislation to reauthorize the Historic Preservation Fund (HPF) for 10 years and increase its authorized amount by $100 million per year. H.R. 3350 was introduced this week by Reps. Mike Turner (R-OH) and Earl...