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Anti-Gun Legislation: A Continuing Challenge

By CSF President 
Jeff Crane

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Thank you to our partners for supporting CSF's mission to protect and advance hunting, angling, recreational shooting, and trapping.

On Capitol Hill
Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus Celebrates 30+ Years of Conservation Successes
On March 12, the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation (CSF) hosted a reception on Capitol Hill to celebrate its 30 th  Anniversary working with Congress to advance sportsmen's conservation policy. Read More > >

Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation Joins Conservation without Conflict Summit
This week, federal and state agency representatives, conservation groups, and business stakeholders convened in Washington, DC, for a summit on Conservation without Conflict... Read More > >

Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus Members, Conservation Leaders Promote National Fish Habitat Conservation Through Partnerships
Just one day after the National Fish Habitat Conservation Through Partnerships Act was introduced in both the House and Senate, Members of Congress, their staff, and fish conservation experts convened...  Read More > >

In the States
Michigan Wildlife Council Sees Success with Public Education Campaign
By Nick Buggia, Upper Midwestern States Manager
The Michigan Wildlife Council launched a campaign in 2016 to educate the public about the important role of hunters and anglers, and has since achieved impressive milestones, including... Read More > >

Maine: Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus Hosts First Luncheon of 2019
By Joe Mullin, New England States Coordinator
On March 12, the bipartisan and bicameral Maine Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus  gathered in Augusta for its first luncheon of 2019.

South Carolina: Legislation Regarding Turkey Regulations Moves Forward
By Bee Frederick, Southeastern States Director
On February 27, South Carolina Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus Co-Chair Senator Chip Campsen introduced legislation addressing current wild turkey regulations. Read More > >

Wyoming: Governor Mark Gordon Joins Sportsmen's Caucus
Newly elected Governor Mark Gordon of Wyoming joined the Governors Sportsmen's Caucus (GSC), a group of bipartisan governors dedicated to supporting the outdoor traditions of sportsmen and women in their respective states. Read More > >

CSF Welcomes Western States Coordinator
The Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation (CSF) welcomed Aoibheann (pronounced A-veen) Cline as the latest addition to the CSF States Program Team last week.  Read More > >

Tracking the Capitols Update
Not Receiving Email Alerts? Let Us Help!
We have received some feedback from loyal CSF followers that they are not receiving their Tracking the Capitols email reports. Here are some steps you can take to bring your reports back to your inbox:
  • On Outlook - Check your Junk Email folder for your "CSF Legislative Tracking" email. If you see it there, drag and drop the email into your inbox. This email might also be going to your "Clutter" folder if you haven't checked in a while.
  • On Gmail - Check under the Promotions tab for the "CSF Legislative Tracking" email. Right click on the listed email, click "Move to Tab," and then hit "Primary."
  • Don't forget to add us this email to your contact list as a safe sender! Tracking_The_Capitols@congressionalsportsmen.org
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