March 8, 2021

The Sportsmen’s Voice

North Dakota Trespass Legislation on the Path to Being Favorable for Sportsmen; CSF, Partners Recommend Six Actions to Improve Migration Corridor Conservation; Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt Becomes 29th Member of GSC; Ignoring Decades of Sound Science – Connecticut’s “Big 6” African Species Import Ban; Alabama Bill Looks to Hunters for Help Managing Coyotes and Hogs; Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission Approves CSF Supported Seasonal Closure at Western Dry Rocks (FWC); Kentucky Firearms Financial Industry Discrimination Protection Legislation Passes House (NRA-ILA); Louisiana Pushes Back on California’s Ban on Alligator Products (4WWL); Mississippi Dedicated Conservation Funding Bill Still Alive; Key Components Changed (Daily Journal); No Room for Interpretation: Sportsmen Move to Solidify Montana’s Outdoor Sporting Heritage; CSF Seeking Development and Events Assistant; CSF Seeking Mid-Atlantic States Coordinator; CSF Seeking Remote Brad Rowse Policy Fellow Interns

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