Bipartisan Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus Announces New Leadership to Guide Sportsmen Policy in the 118th Congress

On Thursday January 19, CSF announced the new leadership of the Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus for the 118th Congress.  The Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus is a bipartisan, bicameral, caucus that features approximately 200 members in the House and Senate, representing all 50 states. The CSC champions efforts on behalf of America’s 55 million sportsmen and women that promotes fish and wildlife conservation, sporting access and opportunities, and works to combat efforts that seek to limit our time-honored traditions of hunting, fishing, trapping, and recreational shooting. 


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Gianforte directs wildlife managers to develop a new wolf management plan (Montana Public Radio)

Landowner Group Pushes to Legalize the Sale of White-Tailed Deer; Sportsmen’s Groups Concerned (Yahoo Sports)

Poach & Pay 2.0: Understanding the Impacts of Illegal Wildlife Crime (Wildlife Management Institute)

States Consider Using Budget Surpluses to Fund Conservation (Outdoor Life)

Virginia Switchblade Concealed Carry Ban Repeal Bill Introduced (Knife Rights)


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