|PWR Blog: Could You Lose Your Job Because You Went Hunting?
By Jeremy Rine, USSA’s in-house counsel and assoc. director of state services
The answer is yes, of course. Especially if you were supposed to be at work, your work was not completed prior to your hunting trip, or if you lacked time off to actually miss work. Visit the Protect What’s Right Blog for more.
Bowhunters Again Under Attack by PETA
Grab your calendars and turn them back about 20 years, and then you’ll see today’s PETA-a radical animal rights group that continues to oppose bowhunting. PETA has again turned its ire on the bowhunting community. In the small, quaint town of Avon Lake, Ohio, the city council will soon permit bowhunting to help reduce nuisance deer and control population numbers. PETA, however, is trying to overwhelm the town with hatred by its uneducated members.
Exposed: Meet the Senators Responsible for California’s Hunting Ban Vote
By Evan Heusinkveld, USSA’s director of state services
The behind the scenes story about how the California Senate came to vote to prohibit bear and bobcat hunting with hounds is a real eye-opener to hunters about how state government actually functions in the Golden State. And it should be a lesson to sportsmen nationwide as it would be naÃ¯ve to believe this couldn’t happen elsewhere. Visit the Protect What’s Right Blog for more.
Hunting with Family
A top complaint in today’s nomadic America is that when family members move out of state, it’s costly or nearly impossible for that “nonresidentâ€ to return and hunt with families and friends. A new program in Montana could set the standard for other states to follow.
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