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Learn about Public Land Access Issues in Tennessee

H.R. 2218: Tennessee Wilderness Act of 2017

Prognosis: 4% chance of being enacted according to Skopos Labs

Details:
This bill has a 4% chance of being enacted.

Factors considered:

The overall text of the bill does little to affect its chances of being enacted. The bill's primary sponsor is from the state/territory: TN. The bill's primary sponsor is a Republican. The bill is assigned to the House Agriculture committee. There are 3 related bills in Congress. The bill's primary subject is Public lands and natural resources.

(Factors are based on correlations which may not indicate causation.)

Predictions are by Skopos Labs.

Summary:
Tennessee Wilderness Act of 2017
This bill designates specified federal lands in Cherokee National Forest in Tennessee as wilderness and as additions to existing components of the National Wilderness Preservation System.


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