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The Sportsmen’s Voice – April 4, 2022

South Carolina Public Lands Sunday Hunting Legislation Clears Major Hurdle; Senate Committee Set to Vote on Recovering America’s Wildlife Act; Investing in a Lifetime of Enjoyment, Youth Lifetime License Bill Passes in Kansas; Ocean State Sportsmen’s Policies Front and Center; South Carolina Should Allow Sunday Hunting on Public Lands (The State); Saga Continues for Revising …

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The Sportsmen’s Voice – March 21, 2022

CSF Mourns Loss of Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus Founding Member Rep. Don Young, A Conservation Giant; Strong Vote Guides MAPLand Act Out of House; CSF Celebrates Win for Turkey Hunters in Iowa; Suppressor Authorizations Front and Center During Delaware Caucus Meeting; Louisiana Outdoor Forever Program – Louisiana’s Push for a Dedicated Source of Conservation Funding;Advocates Continue …

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The Sportsmen’s Voice – March 14, 2022

CSF Supports Firearm Safety Education Efforts in Kansas; Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation Joins 44 Other Hunt Fish 30×30 Organizations to Submit Formal Recommendations; CSF and Partners Thank Secretaries of the Interior, Agriculture for Hunting and Wildlife Conservation Council; CSF and Other Hunting and Fishing Conservation Leaders Urge U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to Maintain Access for …

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The Sportsmen’s Voice – February 28, 2022

CSF Continues to Fight for Wolf Hunting and Trapping in the Great Lakes; CSF, Partners Express Support for Sustainable Wild Horse and Burro Management; Federal Agencies Reestablish Important Federal Land Access Program, Addressing Long-Standing CSF Priority; CSF Stands Against Financial Discrimination of Firearms Industry; Vermont Committee Schedules Last-Minute Hearing and Introduces New Version of Coyote …

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The Sportsmen’s Voice – February 22, 2022

Senate Confirms Martha Williams to Serve as U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director on Impressive Vote; House Natural Resources Committee Passes Important Great Lakes Conservation Bill; Departments of the Interior and Agriculture Announce Application Period for Hunting and Wildlife Conservation Council; Shotgun Calibers and Land Acquisition Legislation up for Debate in Iowa; Sunday Hunting Authorizations …

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The Sportsmen’s Voice – February 14, 2022

Senate Confirms CSF-Supported USDA Nominee Dr. Homer Wilkes; Department of Interior Announces Disbursement of More Than $1.5 Billion in Sportsmen-Generated Conservation Funding; Improved Angler Catch Data on the Horizon in the South Atlantic; Oklahoma Bills Renew Push for State Agency License Authority; Maryland Seeking to Expand Sunday Hunting in Somerset County; Strong Representation by Vermont’s …

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