(Salem, OR) -- The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife would get a 12-percent boost in its budget under a bill that has bipartisan support in Congress. The Recovering America's Wildlife Act would dedicate one-point-three-billion dollars to state fish and wildlife agencies. The money would help implement State Wildlife Action Plans, like the Oregon Conservation Strategy. It would also allocate 97-million dollars to tribal fish and wildlife agencies. Oregon would get 23-million dollars a year under the bill.