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On Capitol Hill
Gulf Council Approves State Management of Red Snapper Anglers
On April 4, the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council officially approved Amendment 50 to the Fishery Management Plan for Reef Fish Resources... Read More > >

States Receive $1 Billion for Conservation and Outdoor Access
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) announced that $1 billion will be apportioned across all 50 states and U.S. territories on April 1. Read More > >

CSF Supports Reducing Bycatch in the Pacific
On April 1, the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation joined a diverse group of angling conservation and boating organizations in supporting Driftnet Modernization and Bycatch Reduction Act... Read More > > 

Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Advances Important Interior Appointees
On April 4, the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee advanced two important nominations to the Department of the Interior (DOI), which comes... Read More > >

CSF to Host Wildlife Migration Corridors Briefing on Capitol Hill
On Wednesday, April 10, the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation (CSF) will host a Capitol Hill Breakfast Briefing to cover progress on Wildlife Migration Corridors following the  signing of Secretarial Order 3362 last year. Speakers from the Department of the Interior, Arizona Game and Fish Department, and Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership will provide their perspectives and discuss how Congress can further support big-game winter range and migration corridors moving forward.

For more information or if you would like to RSVP, click here .

In the States
Connecticut: Caucus Game-Meat Tasting Reception Highlights Sportsmen's Contributions
By Joe Mullin, New England States Coordinator
On April 2, the bipartisan and bicameral Connecticut Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus gathered in Hartford for a game meat tasting reception. Read More > >

Illinois: Legislation Could Expand Apprentice Hunting Opportunities
By Nick Buggia, Upper Midwestern States Manager
Illinois HB 3623 , sponsored by Illinois  Sportsmen's Caucus Co-chair Representative Jerry Costello, looks to expand current apprentice licensing. Read More > >

Vermont: Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus Hosts Annual Mixer
By Brent Miller, Senior Director of Northeastern States
On April 4, the bipartisan and bicameral Vermont Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus  hosted its Annual Mixer in Montpelier.

West Virginia: Pro-Sportsmen's Bills Signed into Law  
By John Culclasure, Central Appalachian States Manager
West Virginia's 2018 regular session concluded with many pro-sportsmen's bills signed into law. Read More > >

CSF's 2019 Sportsmen's Policy Issue Briefs Now Available Online
The Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation  2019 sportsmen's policy issues briefs are now available online. Read More > >

CSF Seeking Office Manager
The Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation is seeking an Office Manager to oversee all office operations and provide administrative support  to senior management in our Washington, DC office. Read More > >

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