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Kansas Youth Mentor Hunting Legislation Heading To Governor’s Desk!

Tuesday, April 17, 2007


Senate Bill 192 is on its way to Governor Kathleen Sebelius’ desk for her consideration.  SB 192 would allow a person who is 16 or more years of age to obtain a one-time deferral from a hunter safety education course requirement, as long as that person purchases an apprentice hunting license and hunts under the direct supervision of a licensed adult.  Research has shown this is one of the safest ways to expose new hunters to hunting and give them a real sense of our hunting heritage in a supervised environment.


Please call Governor Sebelius today and respectfully urge her to sign SB 192 into law.  Governor Sebelius can be reached at 1-877-579-6757 or visit www.governor.ks.gov/comments/comment.htm to send an email.


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