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How a House Repeal of the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act Would Harm Wildlife and Sportsmen

Rather than decrease crime, H.R. 2814 would negatively impact conservation funding.

House Passes Assault Weapons Ban of 2022, Senate Likely to Shut It Down

Here’s how H.R. 1808 would harm law-abiding hunters and shooters rather than criminals.

The Ongoing Saga of the Grizzly Bear

Here’s what happens when a recovered predator is given federal protections.

Yellowstone Culls Park Bison as Population Expands into Montana

Bison are surpassing carrying capacity as in Grand Canyon National Park.

NRA, Hunter-Backed Groups Fight HSUS Push to End California Black Bear Hunt

The coalition promotes wildlife science over the HSUS’ inaccurate claims.

Colorado Lawmakers Vote 4-1 to Shut Down Cat Hunting Ban

The anti-hunting measure is tabled ... for now.

Colorado Bill to Ban Cat Hunting and Trapping set for Thursday Hearing

It would be illegal to hunt or trap any cat unless protecting humans or livestock.

Voice of Leadership: Why Hunters Must Monitor Public Hunting Policy

Elected officials’ actions and voting patterns impact hunting’s future.

The Truth about Texas’ Exotic Wildlife

Hunters’ dollars save species where hunting is leveraged as a management tool.

Hunters Win in California As S.B. 1175 Dies in State Senate

It’s a good day for African wildlife as the Iconic Species Act is derailed.

New Jersey Bear Hunt Restrictions Lead to Increased Human-Bear Conflicts

N.J. Gov. Phil Murphy’s decision to severely restrict bear hunting is a proven disaster.

California Hunting Import Ban Advances to Senate Appropriations Committee

S.B. 1175 blatantly ignores the public health concerns its supporters claim it will address.

Free NRA Hunter Ed Classes Raise $150,000 for State Wildlife Agencies

Taking advantage of dollars and “sense” pays off for state agencies.

California to Vote on Hunting Import Ban of Legally Hunted Wildlife

Set for a hearing on May 26, S.B. 1175 would criminalize possession of 13 species.

How Will America Continue to Pay for Wildlife Conservation?

The conservation of our wildlife resources is a job for hunters and non-hunters alike.

Coronavirus Sparks Gun and Ammo Sales, Underscores Second Amendment

Makers of firearms and ammunition continue to ramp up production to meet escalating consumer demand.

NRA’s Susan Hayes Wins SCI Diana Award

Amid family and business demands, this world-class hunter is committed to advancing hunting.

Secretaries of Interior and Agriculture Host Fireside Chat

The gathering shed light on the Trump administration’s progress in expanding opportunities for hunters.

Legislation in Virginia Could Derail Hunting and Conservation

The NRA and like-minded sportsmen's groups are fighting to stop Virginia's anti-hunting bills.

NRA 2019: Another Year of Working for American Hunters

This year NRAHLF.org reported on 10 "wins" that the NRA secured for American hunters.
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