Michigan - Urge Your Legislators To Support Dove Hunting Bill
Friday, August 15, 2003
Michigan State Representative Sue Tabor (R) has introduced HB 5029, a bill that would allow the establishment of a dove season. House Bill 5029 allows the Michigan Natural Resources Commission to establish a dove season in the state of Michigan. It is critical that Michigan hunters and NRA members call their legislators and respectfully urge them to vote "yes" on HB 5029. Let your elected officials know that Michigan citizens deserve the opportunity to hunt doves, as hunters in 39 other states do. Be sure to tell them that state wildlife biologists, as well as the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, support dove hunting. You can find contact information for your Representatives by using the "Write Your Representatives" feature found at www.NRAILA.org.
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