Tomorrow at 7:00 p.m. join fellow sportsmen for a meeting to discuss these increased fees and the impact it will have on
The meeting will be held in the conference room on the second floor of Cabela’s located at
Legislators have been invited to come meet with us, hear our concerns and help us rectify the problems that these fee increases have incurred. Please call your lawmaker TODAY and respectfully urge them to attend this important meeting. For contact information, please click here.
With many families struggling to afford basic necessities in this difficult economy, it’s important that we keep hunting and the right to self-defense accessible to all, regardless of their socio-economic status. In addition, there have been recent experiences in other states that show lower license fees generate more revenue for conservation and the state by giving lower-income earners the opportunity to buy a license they might not otherwise afford, thereby broadening the base of hunters. Because of declining numbers of hunters, overpopulation of species like the whitetail deer, and decreased revenue for conservation projects, it simply makes sense to lower pistol and hunting license fees.
It’s important that gun owners and sportsmen make their voices heard in an effort to bring sound reasoning back into the legislative process.