Bill Will Assign Anti-Hunters To Fish And Game Council
Monday, June 23, 2003
In an attempt to pack the State Fish and Game Council with anti-hunting zealots, several legislators have introduced bills to alter the committee`s membership. Currently, Assembly Bill 3764, sponsored by Reed Gusciora (D-15), is working its way through the legislative process. This bill would expand membership of the Fish and Game Council and assign the new seats to members with experience in "animal welfare." It is vital that you contact your Assemblyman and tell him that wildlife-management is best left to professionals instead of environmentalists with anti-hunting agendas. To contact your Assemblyman, call (609) 292-4840 or use the "Write Your Representatives" feature. Special thanks should go to the New Jersey State Federation of Sportsmen`s Clubs for all of their hard work in opposing A 3764.
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