Take Action: Now Stand up for his and your right to hunt.
SACRAMENTO, CA –-(Ammoland.com)- Last week, animal-rights interests – led by the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) – launched an all out campaign seeking the removal of California Fish and Game Commission President, Dan Richards. [because he was photographed legally hunting ~ wtf]
At the center of the controversy is a photo in a hunting magazine of Richards' with a mountain lion he legally took in Idaho.
Now, the California State Assembly has entered the fight. Recently, a letter signed by forty of the eighty members of the Assembly was sent to Mr. Richards asking for his resignation.
California's Constitution provides the State Legislature with the ability to remove a seated Commissioner by way of a Resolution passed by a simple majority vote in both houses (41 in the Assembly and 21 in the Senate).
Please help COHA respond to this very serious challenge by taking action NOW! Write a letter to your Legislator voicing opposition to Mr. Richards' removal from the Commission, today!
- For a sample letter click here.
- To find your legislator click here.
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The California Outdoor Heritage Alliance (COHA) is a 501(c)4 non-profit political advocacy organization dedicated to the promotion of wildlife conservation and the protection of our hunting heritage. COHA was created in early 2006 to enhance the political effectiveness of hunters and other wildlife conservationists and enthusiasts in the halls of our State Capitol and beyond. For further information on COHA and its member organizations, please visit us at www.outdoorheritage.org
The California Outdoor Heritage Alliance (COHA) is a partnership of conservation organizations, outdoor industry, other related interests and individuals who support science-based wildlife management and the preservation of our hunting rights in California. COHA is a 501(c)4 Political Advocacy organization dedicated solely to influencing legislative, regulatory and administrative policy decisions which promote wildlife conservation and our outdoor heritage. For more information about COHA, visit www.outdoorheritage.org.