Tell your Senators to OPPOSE S.659 – ‘Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act of 2016’

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Sportsmen

There are people who kill animals for enjoyment or to demonstrate their skill. Such “sportsmen” are not interested in the future of wildlife; they’re interested in the momentary thrill and praise from fellows. Thus, regulatory protections are required. Sportsmen should be trying to reduce the human population and its expansion into wildlife habitat if they truly wish to support wildlife.

Exposing the Big Game

http://www.all-creatures.org/alert/alert-20160419.html
Action Alert from All-Creatures.org

FROM

WolfWatcher / Wisconsin Wildlife Ethic – Vote Our Wildlife
April 2016

ACTION

This bill, under the guise of “Sportsmen”, is loaded with many anti-environmental provisions and is a mirror image of the SHARE Act which has already passed in the House of Representatives. Polls indicate the majority of Americans oppose this.

Tell your Senators to OPPOSE this atrocious act that is pro-hunting, guts environmental protections, decreases endangered species listings.

See Tell U.S. Senators to OPPOSE NRA-Backed ‘Sportsmen’s Heritage and Recreational Enhancement Act (SHARE)’:

We call this the ‘Sportsmen Destruction of the Wilderness Act of 1964.’

It has passed in the House. THIS HAS TO BE STOPPED IN THE SENATE!!

PLEASE find and contact your U.S. Senators here.

INFORMATION

This bill, under the guise of “Sportsmen”, is loaded with many anti-environmental provisions and is a mirror image of the SHARE Act which has…

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