February 16, 2021

The Sportsmen’s Voice

Anti-Gun Legislation in New Mexico Would Make it Illegal to Teach your Kids to Shoot; Bill to Remove Harmful Gillnets Reintroduced; Where is the Love for the Conservation Reserve Program?; Caucus Reintroduces Socially Distanced Squirrel Gravy Breakfast in Missouri; Hunting, Fishing Groups Speak Up to Give Oklahoma Commission License Authority; Support for Prescribed Burning Act Heats Up During Committee Hearings in Missouri; All Bark and No Bite – Adding Teeth to New Hampshire’s Preemption Law; Antis Take a Follow-up Shot at Hunting Tournaments in Maryland; Caucus Co-Chairs Welcome New and Returning Members in the Bay State; CSF Leads Charge Against Effort to Commercialize Maryland Deer Herds; Fishing for Problems: Granting Municipalities Regulatory Authority Over Frozen Public Waters; New Hampshire Caucus Co-Chair and CSF Work to Protect Sporting Dogs and their Hunter Companions; The MDIFW can Bear More Authority; Mississippi Caucus Conservation Funding Bill Passes House; Hunting, Fishing Group Coalition on 30 by 30 Biodiversity Initiative Grows; Wild Pig Research Conducted by CSF’s Ellary Tuckerwilliams Published Plos.org) CSF Seeking Remote Brad Rowse Policy Fellow Interns; New Blog Post! Hunting with a Suppressor: The Greenhorn Edition

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