H.R. 3590 - Sportsmen's Heritage And Recreational Enhancement Act of 2013 (SHARE Act of 2013)

Bill Text

    Text of H.R. 3590 PDF XML

    Sportsmen's Heritage And Recreational Enhancement Act of 2013 (as introduced) 

    Text of Committee Reports of Bills Contained in H.R. 3590

            ::  H. Rept. 113-67—Report to accompany H.R. 1206, the Permanent Electronic Duck Stamp
                Act of 2013  PDF

            ::  H. Rept. 113-202—Report to accompany H.R. 1818, the Polar Bear Conservation and
                Fairness Act of 2013  PDF

            ::  H. Rept. 113-250 Part 1—Report to accompany H.R. 2463, the Target Practice and
                Marksmanship Training Support Act  PDF

            ::  H. Rept. 113-335—Report to accompany H.R. 2798, to amend Public Law 106-206 to direct
                the Secretary of the Interior and the Secretary of Agriculture to require annual permits and
                assess annual fees for commerical filming activities on Federal land for film crews of 5
                persons or fewer.  PDF

            ::  H. Rept. 113-336 Part 1—Sportsmen's Heritage And Recreational Enhancement (SHARE)
                Act  PDF

Rule Information

REPORTED BY RECORD VOTE of 9-2 on Monday, February 3, 2014.

AGREED TO by record vote of 234-185, after agreeing to the previous question by record vote of 225-193 on Tuesday, February 4, 2014.  

MANAGERS: Sessions/McGovern

1. Structured rule.

2. Provides one hour of general debate equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on natural Resources.

3. Waives all points of order against consideration of the bill and provides that it shall be considered as read.

4. Waives all points or order against provision in the bill.

5. Makes in order only those amendments printed in the Rules Committee report. Each such amendment may be offered only in the order printed in the report, may be offered only by a Member designated in the report, shall be considered as read, shall be debatable for the time specified in the report equally divided and controlled by the proponent and an opponent, shall not be subject to amendment, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question.

6. Waives all points of order against the amendments printed in the report.

7. Provides one motion to recommit with or without instructions.

Amendments (click headers to sort)

#Version #Sponsor(s)PartySummaryStatus
17Version 1Bishop, Tim (NY), Connolly (VA)DemocratRequires the Army Corps of Engineers to certify Section 602 does not pose threats to public safety or national security before Section 602 can be implemented.Submitted
8Version 3Broun (GA)RepublicanRevised Requires that hunting, trapping, netting and fishing activities be included as land use in all land management plans to the extent that these activities are not clearly inconsistent with the purposes for which the Federal land is managed.Made In Order
3Version 1Castor (FL)DemocratDelays flood insurance premium changes until completion of affordability study.Submitted
7Version 1Castro (TX)DemocratEnsures that women and minority groups, as appropriate, are included for membership on the Wildlife and Hunting Heritage Conservation Council Advisory Committee. Made In Order
15Version 1Connolly (VA)DemocratAmends the “findings” section of Title VI to reflect the actual text of the Second Amendment. Submitted
26Version 1Crawford (AR)RepublicanLate Allows the State office of the Cooperative Extension System of the Department of Agriculture and State department of fish and wildlife to determine regular agricultural practices for purposes of federal hunting guidelines. Made In Order
22Version 1Crowley (NY), Esty (CT)DemocratEnsure any registered sex offender would still not be allowed to carry a firearm onto an Army Corps of Engineers Water Development Project site.Submitted
2Version 1DeFazio (OR)DemocratWithdrawn Specifies that H.R. 3590 will not authorize motorized vehicles or construction of roads or facilities on federal lands designated or managed as wilderness. Withdrawn
13Version 1DelBene (WA), Kilmer (WA)DemocratEnsures that tribal sovereignty or treaty-protected hunting, fishing, and gathering rights of federally-recognized Indian tribes or their members, or the jurisdiction of any federally-recognized Indian Tribe or Alaska Native Corporation are not limited or infringed upon.Submitted
11Version 1Dingell (MI), Wittman (VA), Thompson, Mike (CA), King, Steve (IA)Bi-PartisanReauthorizes the North American Wetlands Conservation Act until 2017.Submitted
23Version 1Ellison (MN)DemocratLimits the use of lead shot that can be used on certain federal lands until the use of this shot can be proven safe for human health.Submitted
24Version 1Ellison (MN)DemocratLate Strikes the National Environmental Policy Act waivers in the bill.Made In Order
25Version 1Ellison (MN)DemocratLate Withdrawn Limits the use of motorized vehicles on certain federal lands that include critical habitat for endangered species, as these vehicles create disturbances and can lessen the recovery capabilities of these species Withdrawn
1Version 2Fleming (LA)RepublicanRevised Restores hunting access to the Kisatchie National Forest for deer hunting with dogs. Includes private property protections.Made In Order
18Version 1Gallego (TX)DemocratAdds veterans service organizations to the list of discretionary members of the Wildlife and Hunting Heritage Conservation Council Advisory Committee. Many organizations, including the VA, include outdoor activities to help wounded veterans in their rehabilitation efforts. Made In Order
19Version 1Gallego (TX)DemocratThe bill includes a section to require the Administration to submit to Congress a report on federal lands closed to recreational fishing, sport hunting, or shooting along with a reason for the closure. The amendment expands the report to include benefits to grazing, mineral production, oil and gas or other energy development, recreational activities, etc. Submitted
4Version 1Hanna (NY)RepublicanRequires a report on economic impacts of the Act. The report would include any expected increases in recreational hunting, fishing, shooting, and conservation activities; an estimate of jobs created to support such activities; an estimate of wages related to these jobs; and estimate of anticipated new local, State, and Federal revenue.Made In Order
5Version 2Hastings, Doc (WA)RepublicanRevised MANAGER'S Makes technical, clarifying and conforming changes to the Committee Print. Made In Order
20Version 1Holt (NJ), Connolly (VA), Lowenthal (CA), Van Hollen (MD), Langevin (RI), Cartwright (PA), Ellison (MN), Blumenauer (OR), Grijalva (AZ), Shea-Porter (NH), Capps (CA), Quigley (IL), Delaney (MD), Davis, Susan (CA), Matsui (CA)DemocratPromotes the Secretary of the Interior's authority to consider climate change when making decisions related to recreation and conservation on public lands.Made In Order
21Version 1Holt (NJ), Thompson, Mike (CA), Veasey (TX), Kirkpatrick (AZ), Dingell (MI), Reichert (WA), Fitzpatrick (PA), Gerlach (PA), McGovern (MA), Butterfield (NC), Gibson (NY), Coble (NC)Bi-PartisanReauthorizes the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) for five years. The LWCF uses revenues from oil and gas leasing on the Outer Continental Shelf to help preserve, develop and ensure access to outdoor recreation resources.Submitted
10Version 1Kildee (MI)DemocratMaintains access to National Forest System lands for snowmobilers while a winter Travel Management Rule for National Forests is finalized. Made In Order
27Version 1Kirkpatrick (AZ)DemocratLate Withdrawn Extends the Land and Water Conservation Fund for five years.Withdrawn
16Version 1Latta (OH)RepublicanWithdrawn Clarifies that the existing Wildlife and Hunting Heritage Conservation Council is not terminated until the publication of the first notice in the Federal Register of the new Council, as required under subsection 8(c) of the bill.Withdrawn
9Version 1Peters (MI)DemocratStrikes Title IV of the bill. Will maintain the ban on the importation of polar bear trophies.Submitted
14Version 2Ruiz (CA), Walz (MN), Chu (CA), Kind (WI), Shea-Porter (NH)DemocratRevised Provides that any veteran with a service connected disability is eligible for a lifetime pass that would give them free entry to the 2,000 national parks and federal recreational lands managed by the National Park Service, U.S. Forest Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Land Management, and the Bureau of Reclamation.Submitted
6Version 1Smith, Jason (MO)RepublicanPreserves current motorized vessel management in the Ozark National Scenic Riverways, a National Park in Southeast Missouri.Made In Order
12Version 1Thompson, Mike (CA)DemocratClarifies that nothing in this Act prohibits Federal agencies from acquiring land if the stated purpose of the acquisition is to provide access for hunting and fishing.Submitted