Please OPPOSE the Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Bills
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Last week, we asked some of you to contact your U.S. Senators to ask that they oppose the Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Bills. This week, we need every U.S. citizen to call and send a letter to both of your US Senators to help protect wildlife and public lands from those who enjoy killing wild animals including hunters, anglers, and trappers.
Two bills, the Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act of 2014 (S. 1996) and the Sportsmen’s Act (S. 1335), are currently pending in the Senate, while the latter has already passed the House.
WE MUST DEFEAT S. 1996!
The goal of this package of bills, collectively called SHARE (Sportsmen’s Heritage and Recreation Act), is to further “sportsmen’s” interests. The bills have provisions that, if passed, would open more federal land to hunting, fishing, and trapping, allow the importation of polar bear “trophies” from Canada, interfere with the Toxic Substances Control Act and allow hunting in National Parks.
For more information on what these bills would do to wild animals and our public lands, please see our previous alert here.
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the land does not belong to ANY man.
it is to be shared by all in the master plan,
where all beings can live safe, protected
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