Newhouse Yea. Cheney Yea. Sessions, Chairman Yea. Polis Nay. Torres Nay. Cramer, Kevin ND. Revised Prohibits funds from being used to regulate trailers under the Clean Air Act. Lawrence MI. Prohibits funds for the Department of the Interior to issue a permit for any oil and gas drilling operation that is located within 1, feet of a home, school, or other building that requires special protection.
Revised States that none of the funds made available by this Act may be used to research, investigate, or study offshore drilling or conduct a lease sale for the development or production of oil and gas in any area located in the North Atlantic, Mid-Atlantic, South Atlantic, or Straits of Florida Outer Continental Shelf Planning Area.
Restricts funding from being used to conduct an oil and gas lease sale on the Outer Continental Shelf in the Mid-Atlantic, South Atlantic, Straits of Florida, or Eastern Gulf of Mexico planning area, as such planning areas are depicted in the leasing program prepared under section 18 of the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act 43 U.
Young, Don AK. Prevents funds from being used to change existing placer mining plan of operations with regard to reclamation activities. Lujan NM. Carbajal CA. States that none of the funds made available by this Act may be used to process any application under the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act 43 U. Limits funding for the implementation of Washington State's revised water quality standard. Moore, Gwen WI.
Revised Maintains FY funding for an authorized program to address lead in drinking water. O'Halleran AZ. Reduces Interior operations funds and increase BIA construction funds by 10 million dollars.
Norman SC. Beyer VA. Strikes sectionwhich allows a loophole in Federal water quality permitting requirements for pollution discharges. Prohibits changes to Public Land Order using funds appropriated in this act. Revised Strikes Endangered Species Act riders in sections, and Prohibits funds from being used to change or modify the federal coal ash rule 80 Fed. Strikes Section Bars the use of funds to reorganize or eliminate the Great Lakes Advisory Board.
Revised Prevents the enforcement of limitations or prohibitions on the use of genetically modified crops in commercial agricultural operations conducted on National Wildlife Refuges.
McEachin VA. States none of the funds made available in this Division may be used to make a payment to or reimburse expenses incurred at Trump Organization properties. Revised Prohibits the inclusion of areas off the coast of New England in any plan for oil and gas drilling in the Outer Continental Shelf.
Rosen NV. Ensures that no funds are used to create a net loss of access to recreational hunting or fishing on public lands. Huffman CA. States no funds shall be used to reassign or transfer members of the Senior Executive Service at the Department of the Interior.
States no funds shall be used to withdraw the EPA Region 10 proposed determination to protect the Bristol Bay watershed and wild salmon from the impacts of the Pebble Mine. Revised States none of the funds may be used for implementation of Section of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, related Lake District (98-Version) oil and gas development in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
States none of the funds may be used for oil and gas leasing or activities in the Pacific Region of the Outer Continental Shelf.
Hudson NC. Buchanan FL. Prohibits funds from being used to contravene Executive Order relating to Federal actions to address environmental justice in minority populations and low-income populations.
Prohibits any changes to the National Park Service rule preventing fringe hunting. Lowenthal CA. Revised Prohibits funds from being used to delay implementation or repeal provisions of the BLM methane waste prevention rule.
Revised Prohibits funds from being used to implement any recommendations of the Royalty Policy Committee related to compliance with National Environmental Policy Act. Cohen TN. Increases funding for the U. Denham CA. Brown MD. Carter, Buddy GA. Withdrawn Prevents funds from being use to implement a rule requiring Tier 4 marine engines on commercial vessels until those Tier 4 marine engines are available for vessels with various restrictions, such as pilot boats. Peterson MN. Requires the Department of Interior to conduct a study on best drainage water management practices on publicly-owned lands Lake District (98-Version) wetlands to reduce the risk of flooding.
Palmer AL. Ensures that none of the funds made available by this Act may be used for the Environmental Protection Agency's Criminal Enforcement Division. Eliminates funding for Diesel Emission Reduction Grants and sends the savings to the spending reduction account.
Prevents funds from going to local governments that permit individuals who are not citizens of the United States to vote in elections for state or local office. Lamborn CO. Prohibits the use of funds to implement or enforce the threatened species or endangered species listing of any plant or wildlife that has not undergone a review as required by section 4 c 2 of the Endangered Species Act of Strengthens necessary support for insular territories of the United States to equal Senate levels.
Prohibits funding from being used to implement a January 13, effort by the U. Soto FL. Revised States that no funds may be used to conduct a lease sale for oil and gas production or development in any area within the North Atlantic, Mid-Atlantic, South Atlantic, or Straits of Florida Planning Area. Taylor VA. States no funds may be used to conduct a lease sale for oil and gas production or development in any area within the offshore administrative boundaries of the State of Virginia.
Strikes section which legislates that biomass be treated as carbon neutral. Revised States that no oil and gas leasing or preleasing or any related activity may be offered of any tract located in a any area of the Eastern Gulf of Mexico that is referred to in section a of the Gulf of Mexico Energy Security Act of ; b the portion of the South Atlantic Planning Area south of 30 degrees 43 minutes North Latitude; or c the Straits of Florida Planning Area.
Prohibits the Secretary of the Interior from acting in contradiction of section a of the Gulf of Mexico Energy Security Act of No funds may be used to make changes to the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement well control rule and production safety systems rule. Revised States that no funding made available by this act shall be used to divert water being conveyed from the San Bernardino National Forest to the city of Banning, California.
Prohibits funds from being used to hinder, suppress, or block any report required by statue related to climate change and would prohibit funds from being used to suppress communications to the public, or any Congressional entity, regarding science related to climate change. Withdrawn Prohibits the removal of the Florida Panther from the endangered species list. Lance NJ. Revised Prohibits the EPA from using funds to propose a rule to end the One National Program for greenhouse gas emissions and fuel economy standards for light-duty vehicles.
Sewell AL. Dunn FL. Revised Prohibits use of funds made available by the Act to add the Panama City crayfish to the list of endangered and threatened wildlife published under the Endangered Species Act of Heck, Denny WA.
Restores the number of Appalachian states eligible for grants for the reclamation of abandoned mine lands to be used for economic and community development from 3 to 6. Castor FL. Withdrawn Provides that no funds may be made available to install a private phone booth in or near the office of the Secretary of the Interior. Revised Provides for a balanced distribution of funds among Appalachian Lake District (98-Version) for reclamation of abandoned mine lands in conjunction with economic and community development, offset by funds from the Environmental Programs and Management account.
Grijalva AZ. The amendment prohibits funds for the construction of a border wall in the Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge. Ensures no funds may be used to consider uranium as a critical mineral under EO Dec. Transfers funds from the Office of the Secretary to the Human Capital and Diversity office in the Office of Policy, Management and Budget to conduct a employee climate survey on harassment.
Revised Ensures none of the funds made available by this Act may be used to process any permit authorizing the importation, from any country, of sport-hunted trophies for elephants or lions in contravention of the Endangered Species Act of 16 U.
Keating MA. Provides funding for the U. Adams NC. Biggs AZ. Transfers funds from the Forest Service land acquisition account to the spending reduction account. Revised Prohibits funds made available under this act to be used to contravene Section of the Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 8 U.
Brooks AL. Pingree ME. Revised Adds a funding limitation on the implementation of the Department of Interior December 28, guidance for financial assistance actions.
Revised States that none of the funds may be used in contravention of executive order Pearce NM. Prevents funds from being used to treat the New Mexico Meadow Jumping Mouse as an endangered species. Revised Prevents funds from being used to carry out any rule-making on the status of the Lesser Prairie Chicken.
Welch VT. Lipinski IL. Cleaver MO. Late Revised Increases funding for the NEA to support a program of activities to commemorate the International Decade for People of African Descent and build greater appreciation and understanding of the history and heritage of people of African descent.
Late Prevents funds from being used to designate critical habitat on private land under the Endangered Species Act. Gallego AZ. Late Ensures none of the funds made available by this Act may be used to issue grazing permits or leases in contravention of BLM regulations. LaMalfa CA. Lake District (98-Version) Revised Increases funding to the National Forest System account for purposes of eradicating, enforcing, and remediating illegal marijuana grow operations on National Forest System land.
Thompson, Glenn PA. Late Allocating funding for states and localities to improve water filtration systems to address extreme PFAS levels in municipal drinking water. Revised Prohibits the EPA from developing, implementing, or enforcing new regulations altering the Reid vapor pressure limitations of section h of the Clean Air Act 42 U. Late Revised Prohibits funds for reducing or revoking national monuments established by the Antiquities Act.
Grothman WI. Jackson Lee TX. Late Withdrawn Expresses support for National Historic Areas and for continuation of national policy to preserve for public use historic sites, buildings, and objects of national significance. Late Withdrawn Prohibits funds to be used to limit outreach programs administered by the Smithsonian Institution. Late Withdrawn Prohibits the use of funds to eliminate or restrict programs aimed at reforestation of urban areas.
Perry PA. Late Prohibits the EPA from using funds to give formal notification under, or prepare, propose, implement, administer, or enforce any rule or recommendation pursuant to, section of the Clean Air Act.
Late Prohibits use of funds by the National Park Service to purchase or display a confederate flag except in situations where such flags would provide historical context pursuant to a National Park Service memorandum. Rice, Kathleen NY. Late Revised Prohibits funds to the Fish and Wildlife Service for issuing permits for importing elephant trophies.
Late Revised Prohibits funds to be used to limit outreach programs administered by the Smithsonian Institution. Late Revised Prohibits the use of funds to eliminate or restrict programs aimed at reforestation of urban areas. Late Expresses support for National Historic Areas and for continuation of national policy to preserve for public use historic sites, buildings, and objects of national significance.
Burgess TX. Gianforte MT. Late Revised Allows for voluntary consultation by the Secretary of Agriculture if new information regarding a species or critical habitat could affect a land management plan.
Late Prohibits the use of funds to implement or enforce section o of the Clean Air Act relating to the renewable fuel program. Late Prohibits funds to be used to house migrant children who have been involuntarily separated from family members or responsible adults. Torres CA. Late Revised Prevents the use of funds to carry out a reorganization of the Department of the Interior, unless all Tribes likely to be impacted by such reorganization have been meaningfully consulted and concerns raised in the context of such consultations have been adequately addressed.
Hice, Jody GA. Gosar AZ. Late Revised Helps meet U. Blackburn TN. Late Reduces discretionary budget authority by one percent for Fiscal Year Appropriations for Department of Interior, Environmental Protection Agency, and related agencies. Polis CO. McSally AZ. Late Supports recreational shooting, K education and responsible energy development by prohibiting funds for the Ironwood Forest National Monument that was unilaterally designated under the Antiquities Act.
Late Prohibits funds to be used by the Forest Service to post signs designating an area as wilderness that is not an actual designated wilderness area. Late Provides regulatory certainty by preventing funds in this Act from being used by the EPA to issue preemptive and retroactive vetoes, consistent with the June 26, Memorandum from the EPA Administrator. Late Prohibits sending DOI law enforcement personnel to assist with Border Patrol efforts if doing so would leave a permanent duty station unmanned.
Posey FL. Late No funds will be made available in contravention of Federal Acquisition Regulation 6. Permits the District of Columbia to spend its local funds to regulate and tax recreational marijuana. Permits the District of Columbia to spend its local funds on abortion services. Extends the availability of identity protection coverage to individuals whose personally identifiable information was compromised during recent data breaches at Federal agencies.
Norton DC. Lowey NY. Removes the prohibition on qualified multi-state health insurance plans from covering a full range of reproductive health services.
Wasserman Schultz FL. Strikes sectionwhich would prohibit the use of funds for the IRS to make a determination that a church or association of churches is not exempt from taxation for participating in political campaigns or on behalf of candidates for public office. DeSaulnier CA. Provides that no such funds for the Executive Office of the President may be spent at any properties or businesses owned by or affiliated with President Trump and his family.
Prohibits funds from this or any other Act from being used to prevent a Member of Congress from entering, for the purpose of conducting oversight, any facility in the United States used for purposes of detaining or otherwise housing foreign national minors. The State's second argument is that service of Dairyland's notice of appeal was not in strict compliance with WIS.
The State contends that Dairyland did not serve notice on "all persons Dairyland responds that service on the attorney general was proper for two reasons. First, the supreme court recently held in Peterson that service on the attorney general in an action appealing a condemnation award where the DOT is the condemnor under WIS.
Second, Ptacek specifically directed that all communications go to her on behalf of the DOT in this action. We concur with Dairyland on both points. We begin with the Peterson decision. There, the owners of condemned property the Cohens sought to challenge a condemnation award by initiating an appeal under WIS.
The Cohens argued that service on the State through the attorney general constituted proper service on the DOT. The DOT disagreed. The supreme court ruled that the service requirement in WIS. See Peterson, Wis. The court observed that, on the one hand, because the DOT was responsible for the condemnation of the Cohens' property, service on the DOT would "seem intuitively correct. See id. The court noted that to "cut off [the Cohens'] right to a review Lake District (98-Version) the [DOT's] decision when [they] complied with the literal language of the service requirement in [WIS.
Board of Regents, Wis. The court's analysis in Peterson is applicable to this case. In reaching this conclusion, we first observe the similar language of the two relevant provisions. An appeal under subsec. See Schroedel Corp. State Highway Comm'n, 34 Wis.
Subsection 10meanwhile, permits an appeal before the circuit court and follows "the proceeding before the commissioners. Regardless of their slight variations, both paras. Because the pertinent terms of WIS. See Board of Regents v. Wisconsin Personnel Comm'n, Wis. As the Peterson court concluded, an ambiguity exists in reading the service of notice language. On the one hand, the DOT was a party to the condemnation award and is thus a party to "the proceeding before the commissioners.
We note, as the Peterson court did, that the legislature can amend the service of notice language "to clarify the procedures a property owner must follow when applying for an appeal of an award of damages. There is no indication in the record or in the briefs that the DOT provided such an explanation. Despite the nearly identical language contained within WIS. Characterizing the supreme court's reliance on the definition of "person" in WIS. We adamantly reject the State's line of argument because such arguments go directly to the supreme court's reasoning which this court is in no position to question.
See Cook v. Cook, Wis. The State continues with its argument, asserting that the supreme court "completely ignores" language from Konrad v. State, 4 Wis. However, the State's argument itself ignores the Peterson discussion holding that Konrad no longer applies to the issue of service under WIS. We repeat the court's discussion for the State's benefit:. Because the State provides no legitimate grounds for distinguishing Peterson from this case, we conclude that Peterson is dispositive.
Dairyland points to a September 2, letter from Ptacek to the Commission, and copied to Dairyland's counsel, in which Ptacek requested a schedule change for the condemnation hearing.
At the end of the letter, Ptacek wrote: "Finally, pursuant to a telephone discussion on this date with Ms, Lake District (98-Version). Dairyland contends that Ptacek's conduct constitutes a "special circumstance" that is an exception to the general rule that an attorney is not authorized to accept service on behalf of a client. See Gangler v. Wisconsin Elec. Power Co. Dairyland argues that City of LaCrosse v. Shiftar Bros. We determined that service on the city attorney was appropriate because 1 the city attorney appeared in a variety of matters related to the disputed condemnation; 2 the city attorney filed a notice of retainer in the contested action that provided, "the City of LaCrosse in the above matter hereby appears by Patrick J.
Houlihan, City Attorney, and all future petitions and papers should be forwarded to the undersigned"; and 3 the case number for the condemnation proceedings and the condemnee's appeal was the same.
See City of LaCrosse, Wis. While City of LaCrosse does not squarely govern the present situation, the case does lend support to Dairyland's position. First, Ptacek appeared on behalf of the DOT throughout the condemnation proceedings.
Although Ptacek's letter does not expressly demand "future petitions and papers" as did the letter in City of LaCrosse, the effect of requesting the removal of the DOT from the Commission's mailing list is the same.
We therefore conclude that it was not unreasonable for Dairyland to infer that if it contested the Commission's award, it could serve the attorney general rather than the DOT.
In addition, we consider the State's "Notice of Appearance" which was addressed to Dairyland's counsel and filed with the Washington County Clerk of Courts on August 13, The notice states:. Perhaps more strongly than Ptacek's September 2, letter, this notice clearly evidences the attorney general's intent to appear on the DOT's behalf and to accept "all documents" pertaining to the condemnation action, including Dairyland's notice of appeal.
We now address the third consideration from City of LaCrosse: whether the condemnee's appeal contained the same case number as the condemnation proceedings. Here, Dairyland is one step farther in the appeals process. While we recognize that the present case lacks this final consideration, we believe that this shortfall is overcome by the attorney general's explicit communication with Dairyland. We are convinced that the attorney general's August 13, notice of appearance coupled with the September 2, letter reasonably led Dairyland to believe that service of notice of appeal on the attorney general was sufficient to invoke jurisdiction.
We therefore conclude that Ptacek's conduct constitutes a "special circumstance" which excepted Dairyland from having to directly serve notice of appeal on the DOT. Finally, the State contends that even if service of notice of appeal on the attorney general was proper, Dairyland nonetheless failed to comply with WIS.
The State's argument must be rejected. As indicated above, the attorney general's notice of appearance in this case expressly "demand[ed] that all documents hereafter filed in this action be served upon them at their office, located at West Washington Avenue, Post Office BoxMadison, Wisconsin We conclude that Dairyland satisfactorily served notice on the State.
All references to the Wisconsin Statutes are to the version unless otherwise noted. In Edland v. Wisconsin Physicians Service Insurance Corp.
To remedy the situation, the circuit court granted the appellants' motion to vacate and reenter the order, thereby permitting the appellants another chance to file their appeal.
See Edland, Wis. The supreme court permitted the circuit court's reinstatement of the order under WIS. In a more recent decision, State ex rel. Fuentes v. July 23, No. Because the appellant's attorney did not receive notice of the court of appeals decision, no appeal was timely filed. To remedy the court clerk's error, the supreme court granted the appellant's petition for a writ of habeas corpus. In making its ruling, the court remarked that "[t]he parties are in agreement, and this court concurs, that [the appellant's attorney's] actions or inactions are not the root of [the appellant's] appellate misfortune.
That responsibility, however inadvertent, lies solely at the feet of the court of appeals. Notice of the application shall be given to the clerk of the court and to all other persons other than the applicant who were parties to the award. Emphasis added. Your Notes edit none. Cited By This case has not yet been cited in our system. Authorities 16 This opinion cites: DOT v. Peterson, N. Wisconsin Physicians Service Ins. Setagord, N.
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