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On The Issues

Recent State Affairs Articles

Good & Bad News Emerge from Colorado Parks & Wildlife Commission Meeting

By 2ton | May 1, 2020

Yesterday during a virtual meeting, the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission approved a prohibition on certain organized hunting contests by a vote of 8-3. Hunting contests are privately organized competitive events where participants compete for cash or other prizes for harvesting animals in a specified location during a specified time

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The Wheels Of Injustice Grind Slowly – Unless It Is A Gun Issue In California

By 2ton | April 27, 2020

The Wheels Of Injustice Grind Slowly – Unless It Is A Gun Issue In California   Image California has been plagued with bad gun laws. One of the most recent ones imposed on the law-abiding citizens of the Golden State came in the form of Proposition 63, which passed in

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California’s New Ammunition Background Check Law Misfires

By 2ton | April 24, 2020

“California’s New Ammunition Background Check Law Misfires”   Image “California’s New Ammunition Background Check Law Misfires,” wrote U.S. District Judge Roger Benitez, as he blocked background checks for ammunition buyers in The Golden State. The San Diego-based U.S. District Judge granted a preliminary injunction against the rule after the California

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Montana Reopens Outfitting and Guide Services, But Maintains Required Quarantines of Nonresidents

By 2ton | April 23, 2020

Montana Reopens Outfitting and Guide Services, But Maintains Required Quarantines of Nonresidents   Image Montana Governor Steve Bullock has announced a phased reopening of Montana, with Phase I including a soft reopening of the outfitting and guiding services industry on Monday, April 27. This means outfitters and guides can restart

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New York Department of Environmental Conservation Offering Online Hunting Safety Education Course

By 2ton | April 20, 2020

New York Department of Environmental Conservation Offering Online Hunting Safety Education Course   Image The New York Department of Environmental Conservation announced it is offering a complete online hunting safety education course for a limited time only, according to an article in NewYorkUpstate.com. First-time hunters who want to hunt in

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SCI Provides Resource Links for Up-To-Date Information On Outdoor Recreational Activities

By 2ton | April 17, 2020

SCI Provides Resource Links for Up-To-Date Information On Outdoor Recreational Activities   With our nation in the midst of unprecedented circumstances, people are feeling stressed out and anxious. In an effort to keep the public safe while also offering opportunities to recreate outside, The National Park Service, National Forest Service, Bureau of Land

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