You Can Help Texas Wildlife
Recovering America's Wildlife Act Update:
The Recovering America's Wildlife Act made tremendous progress during the 2021-2022 session, falling just short of passing at the 11th hour. It passed with bipartisan votes out of the U.S. House of Representatives and out of committee in the U.S. Senate—and acquired more than 240 cosponsors! The legislation continues to be backed by a broad and diverse coalition consisting of hundreds of organizations and businesses from around the country. And millions of Americans—like you—want to see Recovering America's Wildlife Act passed.
The momentum that brought us this far demonstrates the power of our collective voice and your dedication to America's wildlife. But our job is not done. Without meaningful wildlife conservation funding, thousands more species across the U.S. will slip closer to becoming endangered. We must get the Recovering America's Wildlife Act passed and signed into law.
Efforts of this kind often take many years to get across the finish line. It’s comforting to know that when Texans are called upon to be a voice for wildlife, you will be ready to act.
Where Does Recovering America's Wildlife Act Currently Stand?
The bill champions in both the U.S. Senate and U.S. House are committed to reintroducing the Recovering America's Wildlife Act in the 118th Congress—the legislative session that runs from January 3, 2023 to January 3, 2025. We will update this page when the bill is introduced or there are actions to take.
For Now, Here's How You Can Help and Stay Connected:
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