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Oregon: No-Net-Loss Bill to be Heard Tomorrow!

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Tomorrow, February 23, the House Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee will hear House Bill 2875.  This is a no-net-loss bill that would require that public lands used for wildlife management purposes be accessible for hunting.

Introduced by state Representative Brian Clem (D-21), HB 2875 would require that the state maintain at least the same level of available public hunting land that currently exists.  It would require that additional lands be opened to hunting if land that is currently open to hunting is closed.  This is an extremely important measure to the shooting sports community in that it ensures continued access for hunting opportunities on public lands. 

Please contact members of the House Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee and urge them to support HB 2875.  Also, please thank Co-Chairman Clem for sponsoring this important measure.  Contact information for the committee can be found below.

House Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee

Representative Brian Clem (D-21), Co-Chairman
(503) 986-1421
rep.brianclem@state.or.us

Representative Bob Jenson (R-58), Co-Chairman
(503) 986-1458
rep.bobjenson@state.or.us

Representative Jean Cowan (D-10), Co-Vice Chairman
(503) 986-1410
rep.jeancowan@state.or.us

Representative Mark Johnson (R-52), Co-Vice Chairman
(503) 986-1452
rep.markjohnson@state.or.us

Representative Deborah Boone (D-32)
(503) 986-1432
rep.deborahboone@state.or.us

Representative Sal Esquivel (R-6)
(503) 986-1406
rep.salesquivel@state.or.us

Representative Mike Schaufler (D-48)  
(503) 986-1448
rep.mikeschaufler@state.or.us

Representative Sherrie Sprenger (R-17)
(503) 986-1417
rep.sherriesprenger@state.or.us

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