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Important “No-Net-Loss” Hunting Bill Needs Your Help in Minnesota!

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Please Contact the Members of the House Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources Committee Immediately!

Tomorrow, February 17, at 8:15 a.m., the House Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources Committee will hear House File 498, sponsored by state Representative Tony Cornish (R-24B).  HF 498 would assure hunters in the state of Minnesota that their public hunting acreage will never decrease. 

HF 498, also known as “No-Net-Loss,” would require that the state maintain at least the level of available public hunting land that currently exists. It requires that additional lands be opened to hunting if land that is currently open to hunting is closed. The end result is to ensure public hunting opportunities now will not diminish.

This important pro-hunting legislation needs your support.  Please contact the members of the House Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources Committee TODAY and respectfully urge them to support this NRA-backed bill.

House Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources Committee

Representative Denny McNamara (R-57B), Chairman
651-296-3135 
rep.denny.mcnamara@house.mn

 

Representative Paul Torkelson (R-21B)
651-296-9303 
rep.paul.torkelson@house.mn

 

Representative Jean Wagenius (D-62B)
651-296-4200 
rep.jean.wagenius@house.mn

 

Representative Bill Hilty (D-08A)
651-296-4308 
rep.bill.hilty@house.mn

 

Representative Paul Anderson (R-13A)
651-296-4317 
rep.paul.anderson@house.mn

 

Representative Michael Beard (R-35A)
651-296-8872 
rep.mike.beard@house.mn

 

Representative David Dill (D-06A)
651-296-2190 
rep.david.dill@house.mn

 

Representative Steve Drazkowski (R-28B)
651-296-2273 
rep.steve.drazkowski@house.mn

 

Representative Dan Fabian (R-01A)
651-296-9635 
rep.dan.fabian@house.mn

 

Representative Andrew Falk (D-20A)
651-296-4228 
rep.andrew.falk@house.mn

 

Representative Tom Hackbarth (R-48A)
651-296-2439 
rep.tom.hackbarth@house.mn

Representative David Hancock (R-02B)
651-296-4265 
rep.david.hancock@house.mn

Representative Rick Hansen (D-39A)
651-296-6828 
rep.rick.hansen@house.mn

Representative Kate Knuth (D-50B)
651-296-0141 
rep.kate.knuth@house.mn

Representative John Persell (D-04A)
651-296-5516 
rep.john.persell@house.mn

Representative Duane Quam (R-29A)
651-296-9236 
rep.duane.quam@house.mn

Representative Peggy Scott (R-49A)
651-296-4231 
rep.peggy.scott@house.mn

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