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New Hampshire Fish and Game Commission Could Be Dissolved Under New Bill!

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Please Stand-Up and Make Your Voices Heard!

On Thursday, April 23 at 11:00 a.m., the House Executive Departments and Administration Committee will consider a bill that could have disastrous effects on New Hampshire’s sportsmen and hunting heritage. 

Senate Bill 132 would merge several state-run agencies and programs without regard to its impact on New Hampshire’s hunters. As amended, SB132 would essentially dissolve the Fish and Game Commission and assign the Department of Safety (New Hampshire State Police) control.

If enacted, this bill could prove detrimental to the Granite State’s sportsmen.  Systems like this have been tried in other states and sportsmen and the wildlife upon which they depend always pay a heavy price.  SB132 would create a 16 member commission appointed primarily by unelected bureaucrats. Fish and Game would only have one vote of the 16.  This means that potentially 15 anti-gun, anti-hunting, animal “rights” bureaucrats would be delegated the responsibility of deciding such issues as regulations, licensing fees, game management, bag limits, and scheduling of seasons. 

Please contact the members of the House Executive Departments and Administration Committee TODAY and respectfully urge them to oppose SB132.
  Contact information for the committee can be found below.

State Representative Anne-Marie Irwin (D-3) – Chair
(603) 271-3319
anne-marie.irwin@leg.state.nh.us

State Representative Laurie Harding (D-11) – Vice Chair
(603) 271-3319
lharding@valley.net

State Representative Maurice Pilotte (D-16) - Clerk
(603) 271-3319
maurice.pilotte@leg.state.nh.us

State Representative Patricia McMahon (D-3)
(603) 271-3369
msricia@yahoo.com

State Representative Catriona Beck (D-2)
(603) 271-3319
catriona@catrionabeck.com

State Representative Charlotte Houde-Quimby (D-1)
(603) 271-3319
cquimby@tds.net

State Representative Russell Day (R-7)
(603) 271-3319
rcday2@comcast.net

State Representative Stella Scamman (R-13)
(603) 271-3319
stella.scamman@leg.state.nh.us

State Representative Donald Ryder (R-5)
(603) 271-3319
dryder2706@aol.com

State Representative Jean Jeudy (D-10)
(603) 271-3319
Jean.jeudy@gmail.com

State Representative Daniel Sullivan (D-8)
(603) 271-3319
dan.sullivan@leg.state.nh.us

State Representative Joan Flurey (D-16)
(603) 271-3319
joan.flurey@leg.state.nh.us

State Representative John Reagan (R-1)
(603) 271-3319
john.reagan@juno.com

State Representative Carol McGuire (R-8)
(603) 271-3319
mcguire4house@gmail.com

State Representative Carol Vita (R-3)
(603) 271-3319
lcvita2@earthlink.net

State Representative Peter Schmidt (D-4)
(603) 271-3319
reppbs@ttlc.net

State Representative Don Petterson (D-10)
(603) 271-3319
donpetterson@gmail.com

State Representative Ken Hawkins (R-18)
(603) 271-3319
khawkins2@comcast.net

State Representative Kenneth Gould (R-5)
(603) 271-3319
kensel@myfairpoint.net

State Representative Calvin Pratt (R-7)
(603) 271-3319
calvin.pratt@leg.state.nh.us

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