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Debate Looms Over Merchant Codes in the Granite State
Why It Matters: Introduced on January 3, 2024, New Hampshire House Bill 1186 (HB 1186) – An Act Relative to Firearm Purchaser’s Privacy, seeks to protect Granite Staters from being tracked or halted by financial...
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CSC Members Introduce Keep Public Lands in Public Hands Act
Why It Matters: Public access to public lands and waters is critical to maintaining opportunities...
Read More Feb 26 2024
CSF Supports Safeguarding Funding for Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks
Why It Matters: Every year bills are introduced that would allow individuals to purchase a...
Read More Feb 26 2024
Oklahoma Session Off to a Hot Start
Why It Matters: Though their legislative session started later than many other states, Oklahoma has...
Read More Feb 26 2024
New Mexico 2024 Legislative Session Comes to an End
Why It Matters:  Legislation seeking to restrict the Second Amendment is often eventually used as...
Read More Feb 26 2024
CSF-Supported Legislation to Remove Prohibition on Sunday Migratory Game Bird Hunting Introduced in Delaware and Maryland
Why It Matters: Currently, if you go game bird hunting in Maryland and Delaware, you...
Read More Feb 20 2024
Future Hunting and Fishing Access Threatened in South Dakota
Why It Matters: Like many Midwestern states, approximately 80% of the land in South Dakota...
Read More Feb 20 2024

The sportsmen’s voice

The Sportsmen's Voice - February 26, 2024
Feb 26 2024
Debate Looms Over Merchant Codes in the Granite State CSC Members Introduce Keep Public Lands in Public Hands Act CSF Supports Safeguarding Funding for Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks Oklahoma Session Off to a Hot Start New Mexico 2024 Legislative Session Comes to an End
The Sportsmen's Voice - February 20, 2024
Feb 20 2024
CSF’s Senior Director of Fisheries Policy Selected for Two Important Leadership Roles for Anglers and Fish CSF-Supported Bill to Advance Mapping of Marine Waters Introduced in Senate Future Hunting and Fishing Access Threatened in South Dakota CSF Actively Working both Pro and Anti-Sportsmen’s Bills in Tennessee CSF Opposition Helps Defeat Fur Ban in Washington State...
The Sportsmen's Voice - February 12, 2024
Feb 12 2024
Bill Addressing Growing Conflict Between Sharks and Fishermen Clears House CSF Hosts Annual CSC Leadership Dinner, Celebrating 35 Years of Bipartisan Victories for Sportsmen and Women   Senate CSC Members Introduce Comprehensive Conservation Package CSF Submits Letter in Support of Opening a Black Bear Season in Louisiana Bill Establishing Bobcat Season Clears Indiana Senate Oregon...

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Oklahoma Hosts 2024 Sportsmen’s Day at the Capitol
Feb 29 2024
The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation and Ducks Unlimited cohosted the Annual Oklahoma Sportsmen’s Day at the Capitol to celebrate sportsmen and women; America’s true conservationists. February 29, 2024 (Oklahoma City, OK) – Yesterday, the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) and Ducks Unlimited (DU) cohosted the 2024 Oklahoma Sportsmen’s Day at the Capitol. This event brought together members...
CSF’s Senior Director of Fisheries Policy Selected for Two Important Leadership Roles for Anglers and Fish
Feb 13 2024
February 13, 2024 (Washington, D.C.) – The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation’s (CSF) Senior Director of Fisheries Policy, Chris Horton, was recently chosen to serve on both the Sport Fishing and Boating Partnership Council (SFBPC) and the National Fish Habitat Partnership (NFHP) Board further solidifying CSF’s footprint on fisheries policy. For 35 years, CSF has been the nation’s most effective outdoor advocacy...
CSF Hosts Annual CSC Leadership Dinner, Celebrating 35 Years of Bipartisan Victories for Sportsmen and Women
Feb 07 2024
February 7, 2024 (Washington, D.C.) – Yesterday the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) hosted its annual Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus (CSC) Leadership Dinner, which gathered past and present members of the CSC and leaders from the sporting-conservation community to celebrate the fact that the CSC was directly responsible in seeing 7.5% of the bills signed into law in...

The sportsmen’s Voice Podcast

Do Anti-Hunters Belong On Fish And Game Boards?
Feb 29 2024
TSV host Fred Bird is joined again by CSF’s Northwestern States Senior Coordinator Marie Neumiller to discuss the issue of non-hunters, and even anti-hunters seeking seats on Fish and Game Boards and Commissions. Together, they highlight the impact of these appointments on wildlife management, hunting heritage, and access, along with exploring the qualifications and changes...
Championing Conservation: How Students are Building a Legacy in Wildlife Conservation
Feb 15 2024
TSV host Fred Bird is joined by Isabella Mucci of the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation’s Collegiate Sportsmen & Women’s Coalition, along with students Jake Tipton of Ole Miss and Helen Bailey of Clemson University. The conversation discusses the process of starting a student organization focused on hunting and conservation at your university, the challenges of registering...
Right Whales, Rigs To Reefs, Vessel Speed Restrictions and More!
Feb 01 2024
TSV host Fred Bird is joined live from the recent National Assembly of Sportsmens Caucuses summit by Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation’s Senior Director of Fishery Policy Chris Horton and Vice President of Government Affairs Mike Leonard of the American Sportfishing Association. The group dives into Rigs to Reefs, the damage vessel speed restrictions to save right...

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