New Jersey Bow Perimeter Bill S-976 Needs Your Action

New Jersey Bow Perimeter Bill S-976 Needs Your Action

New Jersey Outdoor Alliance
New Jersey Outdoor Alliance

Trenton, NJ – -(AmmoLand.com)- The time has come for us to reassert ourselves and let Trenton know we support the timeless precepts of conservation and that we are committed to our core values.

Over the years outdoorsmen and outdoorswomen have seen their values attacked by extremist elements intent on imposing their way of life.

We’ve watched as HSUS and PETA have spent millions of dollars to deny us our freedoms to fish, hunt and trap.

A united outdoor community took a major step forward with the signing of Sunday bow hunting into law. We now have the chance to take a second step by supporting the 150′ bow perimeter bill.

Our freedoms have withered inch-by-inch and we will regain them in the same manner.

Advance our freedoms! Contact Senator Codey and ask him to post bill S-976 by sending the below letter. Do it for conservation. Do it to reassert your core values. Do it for future generations…

Take Action!

Go to the following New Jersey Outdoor Alliance link and simply enter your name, address and zip and a pre-written letter will be sent to Senator Codey asking him to post bill S-976 (Bow perimeter bill.)

Time is of the essence – so don’t wait. Thank you.

Here’s the link: http://capwiz.com/njoutdooralliance/issues/alert/?alertid=13562386&PROCESS=Take+Action

Anthony P. Mauro, Sr.
Chairman,
New Jersey Outdoor Alliance: “We’ve got your back!”
www.njoutdooralliance.org

About:
NJOA – New Jersey Outdoor Alliance is the state’s first major political action committee devoted to the task of electing outdoor-minded candidates to public office.
NJOA has formed with the support of leaders of major pro-hunting, pro-angling, and pro-trapping organizations. We are not a hunting, fishing, or trapping “club” or “group,” and do not compete with the interests of such organizations. NJOA helps to ensure that strong wildlife and natural resource protection laws are produced by outdoor-minded elected officials. The best way to ensure a “conservation presence” in Trenton is to support the election campaigns of representatives who understand the relationship between a balanced ecology and hunting, fishing, and trapping.