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The Colorado Senate has delayed action on HB 1266!

Friday, April 1, 2005

The Senate has delayed action on HB 1266 until next week, so there is still time for NRA members to make their voices heard on this important issue! In its current form, HB 1266 would require all hunters between the ages of 19 and 64 to purchase a Colorado Wildlife Habitat Stamp in addition to their regular hunting license before entering public wildlife areas.

It is more important than ever for NRA members to contact their State Senators and ask them to vote AGAINST this habitat stamp requirement for hunters and FOR any amendments that benefit Colorado hunters. Please encourage your friends, family, and fellow sportsmen to contact their State Senators as well.  You can find further contact information by using NRA-ILA`s "Write Your Representatives" feature. 

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