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Michigan Pro-Hunting Legislation Signed by Governor!

Friday, July 14, 2006


SB 1105 and HB 5192 signed Monday, July 10!

On Monday, July 10, Governor Jennifer Granholm (D) signed two important pro-hunting bills aimed at increasing involvement in Michigan’s hunting heritage.


SB 1105, sponsored by Senator Michelle McManus (R-35), makes it easier for new participants to become involved in our hunting heritage by allowing them to hunt with a licensed adult for up to two years without taking lengthy hunter education courses. 


HB 5192, sponsored by Representative Scott Hummel (R-93), lowers the legal hunting age from 14 to 12 and 12 to 10 for big game and small game, respectively.   


Please contact Governor Granholm TODAY at (517) 373-3400 or

(517) 335-7858 to thank her for signing SB 1105 and HB 5192 and respectfully urge her to sign the “Castle Doctrine” legislation.

A special thank you to all NRA members for your calls and emails
in support of SB 1105 and HB 5192 during the legislative session!

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