March 7, 2022

The Sportsmen’s Voice – March 7, 2022

Virginia Public Lands Sunday Hunting Headed to the Governor’s Desk; Bill to Remove Harmful Gill Nets Nears Finish Line; CSF and Partners Continue to Help Drive Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act Implementation; NASC Executive Council Member Leading Airbow Bill in Oklahoma; Youth Lifetime License Bill Passes House, Gains Community Support; The Proposed Fiscal Year 2023 Budget in Massachusetts Just Got Sweeter; Virginia Hunting Community Pressed Hard to Pass Public Lands Sunday Hunting Bill (Virginia Mercury); Hunter Input Must be Considered in National Park and Preserve Establishment in Georgia (Georgia Outdoor News); Alaska Legislative Outdoor Heritage Caucus Announces New Leadership, Convenes with CSF in Anchorage; Public Hearing Set for Washington Spring Bear Hunting Season; CSF Job Announcements: New England States Coordinator, Senior Coordinator-Events, Brad Rowse Policy Interns, Event and Development Intern.

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