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In every state, Safari Club International monitors, tracks, and evaluates legislation impacting hunting, hunters, and wildlife conservation. SCI works with pro-sportsmen elected leaders through the collaboration of the individual state sportsmen’s caucuses. Building relationships between state leaders and sportsmen as well as staying current on the issues ensures that SCI is protecting your right to hunt.

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SCI’s State Advocacy Network

The SCI State Advocacy Network and local state Chapters play a critical role in the success of SCI’s advocacy efforts. Hunters become a valuable voice in each state by joining SCI’s State Advocacy Network.

On The Issues

Recent State Affairs Articles

Washington State Fish And Wildlife Commission Issues New Hunting Regulations

By 2ton | May 10, 2018
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2018 Tennessee Elk Tag And Rifle Raffle

By 2ton | May 8, 2018
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Wyoming Access Yes Program Provides Over 2.5 Million Acres For Hunting

By 2ton | May 7, 2018

Access Yes program provided more than 2.66 million acres of access to lands for hunting in 2017 according to the most recent Game and Fish report. Access Yes enhances and maintains public hunting and fishing access onto

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LWFC Approves Declaration Of Emergency To Cease Supplemental Deer Feeding

By 2ton | April 30, 2018

Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission (LWFC) approved a Declaration of Emergency to cease supplemental deer feeding in East Carroll, Madison and Tensas parishes in an effort to curb the spread of chronic wasting disease (CWD). The ban became effective March 5.

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North Carolina Wildlife Commission Adopts Modified Rules For 2018-2019 Seasons

By 2ton | April 25, 2018
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Colorado Parks And Wildlife Accepts Check For $29 Million Grant From U.S. Department Of The Interior

By 2ton | April 23, 2018

Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CWP) Director Bob Broscheid accepted a check for $29 million from the U.S. Department of Interior, declaring the funding “critical to CPW’s efforts for wildlife conservation, research, habitat preservation” as well as for supporting hunting and fishing programs.

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