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The Florida State Senate passed Senate Bill 7026 on Monday, March 5. Senate Bill 7026 would raise the age to buy any firearm, including hunting rifles and shotguns, from 18 to 21 years old.
SCI is urging all residents and hunters in Connecticut to contact their state Representative today and ask him or her to support House Bill 5358. If enacted, House Bill 5358 would authorize a black bear hunt in Litchfield County.
Safari Club International encourages all sportsmen and women in Maryland to contact elected officials and ask them to support House Bill 1338 and Senate Bill 817.
The Indiana Natural Resources Commission has adopted preliminarily a series of rule changes in a “Wildlife Rule Package.”
Proposed changes include several that would positively affect hunting. Indiana SCI members are encouraged to voice their support for these changes.
Hunters and recreational shooters in Florida, it’s time to contact the Florida Legislature today and tell them you oppose their proposed gun control measures. Votes on these bills are about to happen and your action is needed immediately.
SCI encourages all sportsmen and women in West Virginia to contact their House of Representative members and have them support Senate Bill 451. Senate Bill 451 was passed out of the Senate with bipartisan support on Feb. 20 and will be taken up by the House soon.