US Friends, Please Tell Your Senator to Oppose The Sportsmen’s Act 2013 (S. 1335)

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The formula to protect wild animals from cruelty is simple: anything that the Safari Club International (SCI) supports MUST be opposed.

The SCI, an atrocious trophy hunter organization,  is currently lobbying heavily for S 1335, sponsored by Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK). If passed, the Act would make hunting and trapping a priority to be considered on federal lands-public lands that are owned and funded by us, the Public.

The bill would allow hunting and trapping in designated wilderness areas, allow “volunteers” to help in the killing of so-called “excess” animals on Federal land, including National Parks, increase the share of federal lands turned into shooting ranges, and legalize the transporting of bows through national parks and the importation of “trophies” from polar bears kills in Canada.

Please us the form HERE to contact your Senator immediately and tell her/him to vote “NO”…

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2 thoughts on “US Friends, Please Tell Your Senator to Oppose The Sportsmen’s Act 2013 (S. 1335)

    • Thank you, kind sir!
      By the way, what’s your email address? I created a Google Group for members of this group because I noticed that when people write private comments on this blog, only I can see them. The Google group page is easy to use- it’s a discussion forum that only group members can join and post messages in. I need you email address to invite you into the group. 🙂

      We’ll still be using this site for blogging.

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