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Having Hunters’ Backs: The NRA HLF’s Year in Review

Here's a look back at 2022 as we continue reporting news from the hunting front.

Federal Funding Approved to Battle Chronic Wasting Disease

The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2023, will aid CWD research and management.

Another Group Petitions Feds to Ban Lead Ammo on Public Lands

Sidestepping science, the real goal is to hinder participation in hunting and shooting.

NJ Governor Reinstates Bear Hunt, Cites “Data is Clear: Our Black Bear Population Is Growing”

Supporting the science, the move ends the long tug-of-war over the state’s bear hunt.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Expands Hunter Access While Restricting Use of Traditional Lead Ammo

The Biden administration’s ban on lead ammunition takes effect in 2026.

Happy Birthday, Pittman-Robertson Act: Celebrating 85 Years of American Hunter-Backed Conservation

Would the whitetail deer or turkey have survived if not for hunters’ dollars?

NRA Calls Out Biden Administration’s Move to Cut Target Shooting Access in Arizona

The latest move against gun owners was announced in yesterday’s Federal Register.

Hillsdale College’s New Nimrod Education Center Educates Students on Hunters’ Role in Wildlife Conservation

The new facility provides courses, scholarships and grants to foster public education.

Maine ‘Right to Food’ Amendment Leads to Lawsuit Challenging Sunday Hunting Ban

Some say the amendment overrides the state’s ban on Sunday hunting.

Feds Ratchet Up Assault on Lead Ammo

Sportsmen have until Aug. 8 to submit comments against a proposed USFWS rule.

Hunters, Shooters Face More Lead Ban Proposals

Sidestepping science, anti-hunters seek to end hunting through more false claims.

New Senate Bill Aims to Ban Use of Traditional Lead Ammunition on U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Lands

The bill’s true purpose is to attack American hunters and legal, regulated hunting.

Federal Subsistence Board Closes Millions of Acres in Alaska to Non-Local Caribou and Moose Hunters

The move impacts residents and nonresidents alike starting in August 2022.

Equal Access to Injustice: Animal Rights Extremists’ Misuse of the Equal Access to Justice Act

Extremist groups hijack it to force taxpayers to cover their attorney fees.

South Carolina Sunday Hunting Measure Passes House and Moves to Senate

Here is another example of how the NRA works for hunters.

Ideal Hunts for America’s Millions of New Hunters

For a mentor, hooking newcomers starts with providing a good first experience.

NRA Files Suit to Dismiss Case Against USFWS and Keep Public Lands Open

The NRA and its partners aim to end a Center for Biological Diversity lawsuit.

Yellowstone Culls Park Bison as Population Expands into Montana

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

Having Hunters’ Backs: The NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum Website’s Year in Review

Revisit top stories from 2021 as we work to address threats to hunting’s future.

“Project Landlocked” Details Vast Amounts of Inaccessible Public Lands

The documentary explores the scope of America’s hunter access challenges.
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