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Public lands bill good for hunters, anglers
A bill has been introduced in Congress that would direct federal officials to manage lands with hunters and anglers in mind.  --Photo By The Author
A bill has been introduced in Congress that would direct federal officials to manage lands with hunters and anglers in mind. --Photo By The Author
By Kurt Krueger

LANDMARK legislation that would prevent the federal government from locking hunters and anglers out of more than 440 million acres of public lands has come to life in the U.S. House of Representatives.
HR 2834 is being called a critical bill for the future of these outdoor sports because it would stop the rising animal rights lobby in its attempt to stop hunting on some public lands where hunting has traditionally occurred.
The “Recreational Fishing and Hunting Heritage and Opportunities Act” was introduced earlier

Tuesday, September 27, 2011 2:08 PM
 

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