S. 939 (106th): Hawaiian National Park Language Correction Act of 2000

Introduced:
May 03, 1999 (106th Congress, 1999–2000)
Status:
Died (Passed Senate) in a previous session of Congress

This bill was introduced in a previous session of Congress and was passed by the Senate on December 15, 2000 but was never passed by the House.

Introduced
May 03, 1999
Reported by Committee
Jun 16, 1999
Passed Senate
Dec 15, 2000
 
Sponsor
Daniel Akaka
Senator from Hawaii
Party
Democrat
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Last Updated
Dec 19, 2000
Length
20 pages
 
Full Title

A bill to correct spelling errors in the statutory designations of Hawaiian National Parks.

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Cosponsors
1 cosponsors (1D) (show)
Committees

Senate Energy and Natural Resources

National Parks

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12/15/2000--Passed Senate amended.
Hawaiian National Park Language Correction Act of 2000 -
TitleI - Correction in Designations of Hawaiian National Parks
Amends the National Parks and Recreation Act of 1978 and other Federal law to correct spelling errors in the statutory designations of specified Hawaiian National Parks.
TitleII - Peopling of America Theme Study
Peopling of America Theme Study Act - Directs the Secretary of the Interior to prepare and submit to Congress a national historic landmark theme study on the peopling of America. Requires the study to:
(1) identify those things which illustrate and commemorate key events or decisions affecting the peopling of America;
(2) recommend for designation new national historic landmarks; and
(3) identify appropriate sites within the National Park System at which the peopling of America may be interpreted.
Requires the Secretary, on the basis of the study, to recommend to Congress sites for which studies for potential inclusion in the Park System should be authorized.Authorizes the Secretary to enter into cooperative arrangements to preserve and interpret key sites in the peopling of America.Authorizes appropriations.
TitleIII - Little Sandy River Watershed Protection, Oregon
Amends Federal law to reestablish and add acreage to the Bull Run Watershed Management Unit, Oregon.Directs the Secretary of Agriculture or the Interior, as appropriate, to prohibit the cutting of trees on Federal land in the entire Unit.Directs such Secretaries to identify any Oregon and California Railroad lands subject to a specified land reclassification.
Directs the Secretary of the Interior to:
(1) identify public domain lands in specified Oregon counties, areas, and districts subject to such reclassification;
(2) submit to Congress and publish in the Federal Register a map of such lands; and
(3) complete such land reclassification.Authorizes appropriations for Clackamas County, Oregon, for certain watershed restoration.

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