Monday, June 17th, 2024

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Monday, June 17th, 2024

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Conservation groups report progress on U.S. Farm Bill

While the odds that a fresh, new federal Farm Bill will have been established by the time an extension to the current bill expires this fall are debatable, conservation groups nonetheless expressed approval of recent

Ducks Unlimited offers its duck-hunting season in review

The 2023-24 duck-hunting season proved to be one of the most challenging in memory for many hunters across the nation.
Despite improved breeding conditions in 2022, results from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s

Pittman-Robertson, Dingell-Johnson funds tally $1.3B

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recently announced over $1.3 billion in funding through the Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program to support state and local outdoor recreational opportunities, hunter education and wildlife and habitat

Former leader Oliver North testifies in New York NRA trial

Oliver North testified Tuesday, Jan. 23, that he was forced out of the National Rifle Association after raising allegations of financial irregularities within the powerful lobbying organization, likening the group’s reaction to that of a

Wayne LaPierre resigns as chief of National Rifle Association

The National Rifle Association announced today that Wayne LaPierre is stepping down from his position as chief executive of the organization, effective Jan. 31. Long-time NRA executive and Head of General Operations Andrew Arulanandam will

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