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January 29, 2024

Mike Raykovicz: NRA scandal touches all members

Earlier this month, a court case in Manhattan initiated by New York Attorney General Letitia James began and named the NRA’s chief executive Wayne LaPierre, and four other executives as defendants. One of the accused has since entered a plea deal.
James is accusing them of breaching their fiduciary duties, failing to administer the NRA’s charitable assets property, wrongful contract transactions, violating whistleblower protections, and committing false filings. 

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Pennsylvania wildlife biologist Gary Alt honored with Lifetime Achievement Award after years of tackling tough topics

Two decades after crafting the most controversial yet impactful deer management program Pennsylvania has ever seen, wildlife biologist Gary Alt recently was honored by the Pennsylvania Game Commission.
Now a resident of San Rafael, Calif., Alt, 72, received the John C. Oliver Lifetime Achievement Award from the agency’s board of commissioners Jan. 26 at its headquarters in Harrisburg.

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Need fresh dirt? Use the off-season to find new places to hunt whitetails

Access to property is the No. 1 concern for many deer hunters. Without the green light to go where the deer live, you’re pretty much out of luck. This is a reality that some of us face each season, or at least a few times in our deer-hunting lives.
While losing spots to hunt over time seems inevitable, having nowhere to hunt isn’t. There are options out there for anyone willing to put in a little effort, and there is no better time to go about this than during the off-season.

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186-year-old boat law leads to suspect’s arrest in fatal boating incident from Ohio

The federal government expects to use a 186-year-old maritime law signed by then-President Andrew Jackson to prosecute a suspect in a fatal Nov. 6, 2016, boating incident located about two miles off Fairport Harbor on Lake Erie.
At issue was the 2016 boating incident when, according to the U.S. Marshals Service, a motor vessel allegedly operated by Alen Gorishti collided with another boat that was at anchor.

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