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New York: Youth Hunting Bill to be Heard on Tuesday, March 11!

Friday, March 7, 2008

Senate Bill 1284A, sponsored by State Senator Dale Volker (R-59), which would enact the Youth Mentor Hunting Program, will be considered by the Senate Environmental Conservation Committee on Tuesday, March 11. 

S1284A would allow individuals ages 14 and older to hunt with a licensed mentor who is age 21 or older with only one firearm used by the two.

Please contact members of the committee and urge their support of this NRA-backed measure. 

State Senator Carl Marcellino, (R-5) – Chairperson
(518) 455-2390

State Senator Caesar Trunzo, (R-3)

(518) 455-2111


State Senator Vincent L. Leibell III, (R-40)

(518) 455-3111


State Senator Owen Johnson, (R-4)

(518) 455-3411


State Senator Elizabeth O’C. Little, (R-45)

(518) 455-2811


State Senator Catharine Young, (R-57)

(518) 455-3563


State Senator Joseph Griffo, (R-47)

(518) 455-3334


State Senator John Bonacic, (R-42)

(518) 455-3181


State Senator Antoine Thompson, (D-60)

(518) 455-3371


State Senator Suzi Oppenheimer, (D-37)

(518) 455-2031


State Senator John Sabini, (D-13)

(518) 455-2529


State Senator Kevin Parker, (D-21)

(518) 455-2580


State Senator Diane Savino, (D-23)

(518) 455-2437


State Senator José Serrano, (D-28)
(518) 455-2795

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