January 4, 2018

Interactive Legislative and Regulatory Tracking Service Now Available on CSF Website

The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) States Program Team provides support for the 48 state legislative sportsmen’s caucuses organized under the bipartisan National Assembly of Sportsmen’s Caucuses (collectively over 2,000 state legislators), as well as the 36 members of the bipartisan Governors Sportsmen’s Caucus. As part of this support, the States Program Team tracks legislation and regulations related to hunting, angling, recreational shooting, trapping, and other fish and wildlife conservation concerns across the country.

Previously only available in newsletter format, CSF is now pleased to offer a more interactive version of Tracking the Capitols, which allows you to search for specific legislation or regulations on the issues – and in the states – that you are most interested in. This new service allows you to gain information at a time of your choosing, instead of waiting for the weekly newsletter, and also allows you to refine your search criteria to provide you with only the information you wish to see. Additionally, this new system will allow you to set up personalized email alerts for the states and/or issues that you are most interested in. These alerts can be sent to you either daily or weekly as sportsmen-related policy items move through the legislative or regulatory process.

To take advantage of this new web-based feature you will need to set up a username and password to access these features.

If you have already received the Tracking the Capitols newsletter, you are already in our system, and can activate your account here.

If you have not received Tracking the Capitols yet, you can register here.

For administrative help or questions about the new Tracking the Capitols system, please contact Sara Leonard at sleonard@congressionalsportsmen.org or 202-543-6850 x11.

Studies conducted at both the state and federal level have found that the number of hunters and trappers have been on a generally declining trend over the past several decades. To increase recruitment, retention, and reactivation (R3) of hunters and trappers, which initiative do you think would have the greatest impact?

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