The firearms industry trade association applauds the Pennsylvania legislature for passing legislation that will allow for Sunday hunting in the Keystone State for the first time in more than 100 years
Senate Bill 147, sponsored by Senator Daniel Laughlin, would expand hunting opportunities for Pennsylvania hunters by eliminating the prohibition against hunting on Sundays.
The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners reaffirmed its support of legislative action that would allow for expanded Sunday hunting opportunities.
Sunday hunting will be allowed to occur on private lands at the discretion of the landowner & on public lands designated by the Delaware DNREC…
The Pennsylvania Game Commission today offered testimony to legislators on two issues important to the state’s hunters and trappers.
Restrictions on Sunday hunting effectively treat hunters as second-class citizens. Endorsing the view of animal extremists that hunting is somehow wrong.
Thanks to many in the Sportsmen’s community who provided testimony; active contact with legislators, and sportsmen supportive legislators, to the bill H.B. No. 6034.
The Berkeley County Council voted last week to put an initiative onto the November 2016 ballot for the voters to decide whether to allow Sunday hunting.
On Monday, August 17, the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) hosted a reception for members and partners of the National Assembly of Sportsmen’s Caucuses (NASC) titled “Changing Times…..
Four bills regarding Sunday hunting have been introduced in the 189th General Court in Massachusetts.
Thanks to the hard work of NRA members and pro-hunting legislators, Governor Pat McCrory (R) signed House Bill 640, the Outdoor Heritage Act, sponsored by Representative Jimmy Dixon (R-4).
On Wednesday, June 24, the North Carolina Senate gave final legislative approval for Sunday hunting with firearms in North Carolina.
Thanks to you, “Sunday Hunting” legislation, House Bill 1374, has been officially introduced this week and will be making its way through the General Assembly.
On June 18, the North Carolina House of Representatives passed the final version of House Bill 640, the Outdoor Heritage Act, by an 88-26 vote.
At the State Capitol in Harrisburg, the National Rifle Association was pleased to join State Rep. Frank Farina, D-Lackawanna, and Rep. Robert Godshall, R-Montgomery, for a press conference…..
On June 2, 2015, the North Carolina State House of Representatives voted not to concur with the Senate committee substitute of House Bill 640 by a vote of 110-5.
This week is your last chance to contact your state Representative and ask him or her to become a co-sponsor for the NRA-backed Sunday hunting legislation.
The Connecticut Senate approved legislation that would allow Sunday archery hunting for deer on private lands in the Constitution State…
The Connecticut Senate approved legislation that would allow Sunday archery hunting for deer on private lands in the Constitution State.
Last Thursday, the North Carolina Senate passed a committee substitute of House Bill 640, the Outdoor Heritage Act, by a 34-13 vote.
As previously reported, Representative Frank Farina (D-112) and Representative Robert Godshall (R-53) have circulated a memo for co-sponsorship of an NRA-backed Sunday hunting bill.