Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Protecting Hunting

From the NRA:

“No-Net-Loss” Legislation Heads to Michigan Senate!

House Bill 4597, sponsored by State Representative Matthew Gillard (D-106), unanimously passed the Michigan House of Representatives (109-0) on Thursday, May 3. HB4597 is scheduled to be heard in the State Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Environmental Affairs on Wednesday, May 23. This “No-Net Loss” legislation would ensure that today's total acreage of public lands open to public hunting will not be reduced.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What is the government doing running lands for people to hunt on? If there is a demand for land to hunt on, privatizing it and charging for it would be more beneficial. Right Allan?