MSA reauthorization still stalled with 2018 House bill expired

More than a decade has passed since the last reauthorization of the Magnuson-Stevens Fisheries Conservation and Management Act was signed into law, but the latest effort has stalled in Congress. The act, originally passed in 1974, is the nation’s landmark legislation on federal fisheries policy. In the intervening years, Congress has passed a number of reauthorizations, most recently in 2006, tweaking language and adding provisions. The House passed HR 200, sponsored by Rep. Don Young, in July 2018. However, it never progressed through the Senate and thus expired at the end of the 115th Congress. >click to read<11:13

One Response to MSA reauthorization still stalled with 2018 House bill expired

  1. Joel Hovanesian says:

    In order to get something done in congress, we must first drain the swamp. The only thing these empty suit politicians seem to care about is the destruction of the current administration. There should be people in DC who care more about moving forward doing the people’s business instead of playing politics. It’s a pathetic bunch down there indeed.

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