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On Capitol Hill
Gulf Red Snapper Season Hinges on NOAA Fisheries Decision
By Chris Horton, Senior Fisheries Program Director
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Fisheries will soon determine the 2018 Gulf of Mexico red snapper season as they evaluate the five Gulf States' recently submitted Exempted Fishing Permit (EFPs) applications. Read More > >

In the States
California: CSF Opposes State Lead Fishing Tackle Ban
By Soren Nelson, Pacific Southwest States Coordinator
On April 2, the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation (CSF) joined a coalition of recreational fishing organizations in submitting comments opposing California AB 2787... Read More > >

Delaware: Caucus Hosts Policy Forum on a Wide Range of Sportsmen's Issues
By Brett Stayton, Mid-Atlantic States Coordinator
On March 22, the Delaware Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus held a policy forum in Dover, Delaware. Caucus Co-Chair Representatives Jeff Spiegelman and William Carson provided legislative updates on issues involving game meat donation liability coverage... Read More > >

Georgia: Legislature Passes Two Important Pro-Sportsmen's Bills
By Bee Frederick, Southeastern States Director
With the Georgia legislature adjourning March 29, the sportsmen's community in Georgia welcomed the final passage of two important pieces of pro-sportsmen legislation... Read More > >

Maryland: Game Meat Donation Tax Credit Ready for Consideration by the Governor
By Brett Stayton, Mid-Atlantic States Coordinator 
On March 15, HB 7, sponsored by Maryland Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus Member Delegate Johnny Mautz, passed the Senate with a unanimous vote of 47-0. Read More > >

Nebraska: Bill to Increase Liquidated Damages for Game Law Violations Advances
By Joel Hodgdon, Central Midwestern States Coordinator
On April 6, Nebraska LB 1008 passed the state's legislature 42-4 and now awaits Governors Sportsmen's Caucus Member Governor Pete Ricketts's signature into law. Read More > >

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