Disturbing Animal Rights Caucus Formed in California Legislature

Disturbing “Animal Rights” Caucus Formed in California Legislature
Importance of COHA Reaches New Heightened Level.

California Outdoor Heritage Alliance
California Outdoor Heritage Alliance

Sacramento, CA – -(AmmoLand.com)- In a move that further validates California as the front line in the nationwide fight to protect the future of hunting, the California State Legislature has laid claim to the first ever Caucus formed solely to push an animal rights agenda.

According to a press release issued by the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), the new “Animal Protection Caucus” – co-chaired by Senator Dean Florez (D-Shafter), Senator Tony Strickland (R-Thousand Oaks), Assembly Member Cameron Smyth (R-Santa Clarita), and Assembly Member Pedro Nava (D-Santa Barbara) – will serve to highlight important issues affecting animals and to educate legislators and their staff on the need for “sensible” animal protection legislation.

This bold move by certain members of the California Legislature and the animal rights community clearly demonstrates their focus on California and their increased priority of passing legislation in our state that directly challenges your freedom to hunt.

“Although it may be unfathomable, hunters and other conservationists have just been served serious notice that California will now face even greater challenges to our outdoor traditions,” stated California Outdoor Heritage Alliance President, Bill Gaines.

California’s outdoorsmen and women simply have no choice but to ensure their voice is loud and united in the halls of the State Capitol by supporting the California Outdoor Heritage Alliance (COHA) and COHA’s Political Action Committee (COHA PAC).

Do your part – unite with COHA and help meet this challenge by joining COHA at Join COHA.

Support COHA PAC and enter to win great prizes by purchasing tickets for the COHA PAC raffle at COHA PAC. COHA PAC funds are only used to help elect pro-hunting candidates for statewide public office

To view the HSUS press release: http://tiny.cc/radicalhsus

The California Outdoor Heritage Alliance (COHA) is a 501(c)4 non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of wildlife conservation and the protection of our hunting heritage. COHA was created in early 2006 by the California Waterfowl Association to enhance the political effectiveness of hunters and other wildlife conservationists and enthusiasts in the halls of our State Capitol and beyond. For more information on COHA and its member organizations, please visit www.outdoorheritage.org

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alice in LALA land

Peace.. let me give you a butter knife ans set you "free" with all of the other animals in the jungle.. LOL

Animal Lover

Peace – that is the stupidest thing I have read all day, you live in a dream world.

I love animals too, I love them right next to my mashed potatoes with some gravy on them.

To be vegan is to deny who we are and our place in nature.

Peace Is Coming For

How is shooting and killing an unarmed and unaware non-human animal different than shooting and killing an unarmed and unaware human? There is really no reasonable justification for tracking, stalking, and killing any animal, especially an unarmed unaware one. That is what serial killers do. Hunting is an activity for weak individuals who lack courage but seek dominance. It is a vain display of machismo and a demonstration of human power and control – of might makes right. The day hunters engage in fair fights – without the use of advanced technology such as knives, bows, guns, etc. – is… Read more »


The only thing that is disturbing is the notion that hunters and conservationists can be used in the same sentence. What nonsense!!



That just shows that people don't understand the importance of hunting in properly managed conservation or the difference between a conservationist and a preservationist.


Oh yes, the "radical" animal rights folks are out to spoil your bloody fun. In light of the fact that hunters make up less than 1% of Californians, I'd say it's long past time for the rest of us to take control. You resist all efforts to let non-hunters pay into the DFG system because you don't want us to have a voice. That unfairness must end.

eric mills

Paranoia runs deep.