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West Virginia Pro-Hunting Bill Moving Through Senate!

Friday, February 8, 2008

Senate Bill 9, introduced by State Senator Billy Wayne Bailey (D-9), would mandate firearm and hunter safety education programs be offered in public schools for students in the eighth through twelfth grades.  However, it would not be mandatory that students take the course.  SB9 passed unanimously by the Senate Education Committee and now heads to the Senate Finance Committee for its consideration.  This is important legislation that will teach children to hunt safely and ethically from an early age.  They will also learn how to handle firearms safely while hunting, while participating in sport competitions, or at home.  Completion of the course will enable students to obtain their hunting licenses. 

 

Please contact the members of the Senate Finance Committee and respectively urge them to vote “yes” on SB9.

 

Senate Finance Committee

 

State Senator Walt Helmick (D-15), Chair

(304) 357-7980
whelmick@mail.wvnet.edu

 

State Senator William Sharpe, Jr. (D-12), Vice-Chair

(304) 357-7845
wsharpe@mail.wvnet.edu

 

State Senator Billy Wayne Bailey (D-9)
(304) 357-7807
bwbailey@mail.wvnet.edu

 

State Senator Donna J. Boley (R-3)
(304) 357-7905
donnaboley@suddenlink.net

 

State Senator Edwin Bowman (D-1)

(304) 357-7918
jwazell1@mail.wvnet.edu

 

State Senator H. Truman Chafin (D-6)
(304) 357-7808
chafin@mail.wvnet.edu

 

State Senator Larry J. Edgell (D-2)
(304) 357-7827
edgell@mail.wvnet.edu

 

State Senator Karen L. Facemyer (R-4)
(304) 357-7855
kfacemyr@mail.wvnet.edu

 

State Senator John Pat Fanning (D-6)
(304) 357-7867
fanning@mail.wvnet.edu

 

State Senator Jesse O. Guills (R-10)
(304) 357-7959
jguills@mail.wvnet.edu

 

State Senator Shirley Love (D-11)
(304) 357-7849
shlove@mail.wvnet.edu

 

State Senator Brooks McCabe (D-8/17)
(304) 357-7990

bfmccabe@mail.wvnet.edu

 

State Senator Robert H. Plymale (D-5)
(304) 357-7937
bplymale@mail.wvnet.edu

 

State Senator Roman Prezioso (D-13)
(304) 357-7961
rprez@mail.wvnet.edu

 

State Senator Vic Sprouse (R-8/17)
(304) 357-7854
vic@vicsprouse.com

 

State Senator Dave Sypolt (R-14)
(304) 357-7914
davesypolt@wvsenate.com


State Senator John Unger, II (D-16)
(304) 357-7933
unger@mail.wvnet.edu

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