June 21, 2021

The Sportsmen’s Voice

Final Hurdle Cleared to Open Public Lands Sunday Hunting in North Carolina; CSF Helps Launch Critical Fisheries and Boating Bill Out of Committee; CSF’s Jeff Crane Provides Canadian Members of Parliament with Sportsmen’s Perspective on 30 by 30 Initiative; MAPLand Act Continues to Navigate Congressional Committees; Tommy Beaudreau, CSF Supported Nominee Confirmed for Number Two Role at DOI; Missouri’s Second Amendment Preservation Act Becomes Law, ASCF Funding Exempted; New Jersey Hunting Contest Ban Moves Out of Committee; CSF’s 4th Annual Southern Sporting Clays Classic Brings Together Bipartisan Legislators in South Carolina; California Firearm Tax Bill Fails on Assembly Floor; Revived by Procedural Maneuvers; CSF Seeking Brad Rowse Policy Fellow Interns; Registration Now Open for the 18th Annual NASC Sportsman-Legislator Summit; Rock Solid Leadership: Granite State Governor Chris Sununu Welcomed as GSC Vice-Chair

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