April 4, 2022

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 the Management Plan for the Nantahala and Pisgah National Forests as Environmental Groups Object (Smoky Mountain News); Idaho Gains $2 million in Access Funding Without Increasing Cost to Sportsmen; Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus Members Attend 2022 CSF Leadership Dinner; Celebrate Bipartisan Victories for America’s Sportsmen and Women; CSF Job Announcements: New England States Coordinator, Upper Midwestern States Coordinator, Senior Coordinator – Events, Brad Rowse Policy Interns, Event and Development Intern

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