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Missouri: Vote on NRA-Backed Hunting Legislation Postponed!

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Yesterday’s vote on Senate Bill 300 was held off in the House General Laws Committee, but could be reconsidered as early as this Thursday, April 28. 

Senate Bill 300, sponsored by state Senator Brian Munzlinger (R-18), would allow hunters to use centerfire handguns during the state’s muzzleloader hunting seasons. This is one important way to provide hunters with increased choice and opportunity in the field.  Handguns have a more limited range than modern muzzleloaders and therefore fall within the scope and spirit of this lesser weapons season. 

Anti-hunting forces continue their fight to destroy hunting through over-regulation and obstacles to limit participation. It is crucial that you contact members of the House General Laws Committee listed below immediately and urge them to SUPPORT SB 300

House General Laws Committee:

Representative Todd Richardson (R-154), Vice Chairman
Phone: 573-751-4039 
E-Mail:
Todd.Richardson@house.mo.gov 

Representative Gary Cross (R-48)
Phone: 573-751-1459 
E-Mail:
Gary.Cross@house.mo.gov 

Representative David Day (R-148)
Phone: 573-751-1446 
E-Mail:
David.Day@house.mo.gov 

Representative Doug Funderburk (R-12)
Phone: 573-751-2176 
E-Mail:
Doug.Funderburk@house.mo.gov 

Representative Jay Houghton (R-10)
Phone: 573-751-3649 
E-Mail:
Jay.Houghton@house.mo.gov 

Representative John McCaherty (R-90)
Phone: 573-751-3751 
E-Mail:
John.McCaherty@house.mo.gov 

Representative Tom McDonald (D-49)
Phone: 573-751-9851 
E-Mail:
Tom.McDonald@house.mo.gov 

Representative Kevin McManus (D-46)
Phone: 573-751-9469 
E-Mail:
Kevin.McManus@house.mo.gov 

Representative Mark Parkinson (R-16)
Phone: 573-751-2949 
E-Mail:
Mark.Parkinson@house.mo.gov 

Representative Darrell Pollock (R-146)
Phone: 573-751-4451 
E-Mail:
Darrell.Pollock@house.mo.gov 

Representative Dwight Scharnhorst (R-93)
Phone: 573-751-4392 
E-Mail:
Dwight.Scharnhorst@house.mo.gov 

Representative Jill Schupp (D-82)
Phone: 573-751-9762 
E-Mail:
Jill.Schupp@house.mo.gov 

Representative Scott Sifton (D-96)
Phone: 573-751-0220 
E-Mail:
Scott.Sifton@house.mo.gov 

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