Restrictive Firearms Bill on the Move in New Jersey 

Last week, the New Jersey Assembly Appropriations Committee voted along party lines to advance Assembly Bill 4769, a disastrous piece of legislation which will add undue burden to the firearms purchasing process, heaping red tape and financial burden on law-abiding firearms owners. CSF stands in firm opposition to this bill, submitted testimony for the record, and will continue to oppose it throughout the remainder of the legislative process.


CSF, Partners Urge Prioritization of Funding for Migration Corridors in FY24 Federal Budget

Being the Bear-er of Good News: Second Annual Black Bear Season Opens in Missouri

Connecticut Sportsmen’s Caucus’ Has Long-Advocated for Bear Hunting Season – Recent Attack Reflects Need (USA Today)

New Sportsmen’s Caucus Co-Chair Steps Up in Sportsman’s Paradise

Hunting Coalition Files Preliminary Injunction Over California Firearm Marketing Law

Sportsmen’s Coalition Gains Momentum in Fight Against Oregon’s Measure 114

2022 Annual NASC Sportsman-Legislator Summit (November 29-December 02) 

Moore's bill would create designated shooting areas on public lands (Ripon Advance) 


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Anglers Fight For Public Access In New Jersey (B.A.S.S.)

NOAA Must Press Pause on Its Atlantic Coast Vessel Speed Restrictions (RealClearPolicy)

Part 2: Active Forest Management on the Nantahala and Pisgah National Forests Critical to Supporting Hunting Heritage in the Mountains (Transylvania Times)

Third North Carolina Deer Tested Positive for Chronic Wasting Disease (


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