California - Urge Your Assembly Member To Oppose AB 992
Friday, April 11, 2003
AB 342 was defeated on Tuesday, April 8 in the State Assembly`s Water, Parks, and Wildlife Committee. This legislation sought to ban the hunting of fur-bearing mammals with dogs. Please contact members of the Water, Parks and Wildlife Committee and thank them for opposing this anti-hunting legislation. AB 992, which seeks to levy a tax of 10 cents per cartridge for all ammo sold, passed out of the Assembly Public Safety Committee. Please call the members of the State Assembly and ask them to oppose AB 992. You can find contact information for your state legislators by using our "Write Your Representatives" tool.
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