Thanks for your willingness to take action for parks and recreation! Since we issued this alert, we learned that new rules issued by House Republicans on Tuesday, February 28, do not put restrictions on park and recreation earmark projects, which can include funding for playgrounds, community and recreation centers, and development projects that enhance local communities for outdoor public use and spur economic growth.
Thank you for your advocacy — this is a win for parks and recreation! Read our full statement here.
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