March 21, 2022

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 to Push for Mississippi Outdoor Stewardship Fund (Y’all Politics); Sportsmen Encourage Governor Youngkin to Sign Public Lands Sunday Hunting Legislation into Law (Richmond Times-Dispatch); ACTION NEEDED: Hearing to Close 43 Million Acres in Alaska to Non-Local Hunters Scheduled for March 21; Offering Hunter Education in Colorado Public Schools is One Step Away from the Governor’s Desk; Proponents of Oregon’s Initiative Petition 13 Abandon Efforts to Qualify for 2022 Ballot; Refile for 2024; CSF Job Announcements: New England States Coordinator,
Upper Midwestern States Coordinator, Senior Coordinator – Events, Brad Rowse Policy Interns, Event and Development Intern; Gobbler Gear Galore

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