Last updated: December 23, 2015
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The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation
110 North Carolina Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20003
Your opinion counts
A key component of the American System of Conservation Funding, the Pittman- Robertson Act directs excise taxes on firearms, ammo, and archery equipment to wildlife conservation. Since its inception in 1937 the Act has generated more than $12 billion towards conservation. However, there has been a loss of 5 million hunters in the past decade. One proposed solution to help fund conservation is to dedicate lottery proceeds for conservation purposes. Would you support this effort in your state?Vote Here
- Yes. (87.50%)
- No, only sportsmen and women should fund conservation. (12.50%)
- No, I support alternative funding mechanisms, but not lottery funds. (0.00%)
- Unsure. (0.00%)