February 28, 2022

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 Bill; Safest Year on Record for Hunting in New York – Includes Caucus-Supported Hunting Expansions (New York Senate); Numerous Pro-Sportsmen Bills on the Move in Georgia; Mississippi Legislator Floats Idea to Sell Wildlife Management Area (Clarion Ledger); Colorado House Agriculture, Livestock, and Water Committee Unanimously Advances Hunter education Bill; CSF Job Announcements: Mid-Atlantic States Coordinator, Senior Coordinator-Events, Brad Rowse Policy Interns, Event and Development Intern.

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