Update on Obama Administration's Proposed Ban on Domestic Sale of Ivory

Posted on March 7, 2014

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In last week's Grassroots Alert we addressed the administration's proposal to ban the trade and sale of legally owned ivory within the United States.  The NRA supports efforts to stop poaching and to stop the illegal trade of ivory, but this proposed ban on legally owned ivory sold domestically will have no impact on the poaching of elephants and the illegal ivory trade.  On the contrary, this ban will only affect honest, law-abiding Americans by making their possessions valueless.  

Again, please email and call the White House at 202-456-1111 and email and call the Fish and Wildlife Service at 1-800-344-9453, to let them know you oppose the ban on commercial sale and trade of firearms with ivory.

Also, please call your Representative and Senators at 202-224-3121 and tell them the same.

Your actions today may determine if the sale of firearms that contain ivory will be banned.  NRA is currently meeting with offices in the House and Senate, and we will continue to keep you informed as this issue progresses.

For more information on the proposed ivory ban, please read the NRA-ILA Ivory Ban Fact Sheet here.

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