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California: Ventura County Assemblyman proposes ban on lead shot

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Ventura County Assemblyman Pedro Nava, who three years ago authored a landmark law that barred the use of lead bullets by those hunting deer in areas where condors are known to forage, introduced new legislation Wednesday that would ban the use of lead shot by those hunting pheasant, quail, doves and other birds in California wildlife areas.

Read Original at: The Ventura County Star

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