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Minnesota Members! Please Contact Your State Senators!

Tuesday, May 11, 2004

On, Monday, May 10, the Minnesota Senate voted against an amendment that would have stripped dove hunting from the Omnibus game bill, denying new hunting opportunities to the state of Minnesota. The Senators listed below stood up against the anti-hunting interests and remained true to the sportsmen of Minnesota. Please contact your state Senator and thank them for preserving your hunting heritage in Minnesota.

Bachmann, Michele

District 66

(651) 296-4351

Bakk, Thomas M.

District 06

(651) 296-8881

Day, Dick

District 26

(651) 296-9457

Dille, Steve

District 18

(651) 296-4131

Fischbach, Michelle L.

District 14

(651) 296-2084

Frederickson, Dennis R.

District 21

(651) 296-8138

Gaither, David

District 43

(651) 296-4314

Hann, David

District 42

(651) 296-1749

Johnson, Dean E.

District 13

(651) 296-3826

Johnson, Debbie J.

District 49

(651) 296-3219

Jungbauer, Michael J.

District 48

(651) 296-3733

Kierlin, Bob

District 31

(651) 296-5649

Kleis, Dave

District 15

(651) 296-6455

Koering, Paul E.

District 12

(651) 296-4875

Kubly, Gary W.

District 20

(651) 296-5094

Larson, Cal

District 10

(651) 296-5655

LeClair, Brian

District 56

(651) 296-4166

Neuville, Thomas M.

District 25

(651) 296-1279

Olson, Gen

District 33

(651) 296-1282

Ortman, Julianne E.

District 34

(651) 296-4837

Ourada, Mark

District 19

(651) 296-5981

Pariseau, Pat

District 36

(651) 296-5252

Reiter, Mady

District 53

(651) 296-1253

Robling, Claire A.

District 35

(651) 296-4123

Rosen, Julie A.

District 24

(651) 296-5713

Sams, Dallas C.

District 11

(651) 297-8063

Saxhaug, Tom

District 03

(651) 296-4136

Skoe, Rod

District 02

(651) 296-4196

Sparks, Dan

District 27

(651) 296-9248

Stumpf, LeRoy A.

District 01

(651) 296-8660

Tomassoni, David J.

District 05

(651) 296-8017

Vickerman, Jim

District 22

(651) 296-5650

Wergin, Betsy L.

District 16

(651) 296-8075

     
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