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Election 2013 make your vote count
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Nominations began on Jan. 1 and will close March 1 for the next round of election of officers for the NTA. Nominations for the offices of president, vice president, secretary and board of directors will be open. Terms take effect Oct. 1. As a member in good standing, you have the privilege and are encouraged to participate in the nomination process. More



Why do we hunt?
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Jim Darnell, a Daily Record columnist, writes: "I was recently pondering the question, 'Why do I hunt?' Why am I still so pumped about getting up at 4 a.m., enduring the frigid temperatures, trudging through mud and waiting endless hours for my prey to show? Maybe when you're a young hunter, but at 71? The answer is not found in putting food on the table. In the past we were all hunters. Subsistence hunters. We hunted so that we could eat. Today we don't have to hunt to eat, although I enjoy very much the wild game that I harvest." More

Archer aims to inspire women
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If 2012 was the year of bow-and-arrow-wielding heroines, Joella Bates hopes 2013 is the year when more women are seen perfecting their archery skills. Within the last year, Katniss Everdeen of "The Hunger Games," Merida of "Brave" and Charlie from NBC's "Revolution" starred in widely popular movies or television shows and all three used a bow to hunt or protect themselves. Bates, 51, is a five-time world championship archer. She was a Madison County, Miss., Wildlife Resources Officer in the mid-1980s and lived in Jackson for almost two years. Her biggest passion is promoting the outdoor lifestyle to women and children. More

Texas to join Wyoming: Felony charges for enforcing new gun control
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Texas state representative Steve Toth is filing legislation for a Firearms Protection Act similar to that which we saw in Wyoming. This law will make "any federal law banning semi-automatic handguns or limiting the size of gun magazines unenforceable within the state's boundaries." More

White House eying 19 executive actions on guns
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The White House has identified 19 executive actions for President Barack Obama to move unilaterally on gun control, Vice President Joe Biden told a group of House Democrats, the administration's first definitive statements about its response to last month’s mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. More

Obama to showcase gun-control campaign
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President Barack Obama will unveil his gun-control priorities, alongside a group of children that will evoke the 20 dead children killed in the Newtown, Conn., massacre. "The president is committed to this ... and he will push a series of proposals and you will see that clearly when you hear from his tomorrow," White House spokesman Jay Carney said. Even if only one child is saved, the government must act, he claimed. More

SHOT Show opening marks 35 years
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Nearly 60,000 industry professionals will attend the highly anticipated 35th anniversary of the Shooting Hunting and Outdoor Trade Show (SHOT Show) at the Sands Expo and Convention Center Jan. 15-18. Owned and sponsored by the National Shooting Sports Foundation, the SHOT Show is the largest trade show of its kind in the world and provides a first look at new products and services used for target shooting, hunting, outdoor and law enforcement purposes. Though the show is open to the trade only and not to the public, consumers will see the new products unveiled here on retailers' shelves during the course of the year. More

New York has gun deal, with focus on mental illness
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New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and lawmakers agreed to a broad package of changes to gun laws that would expand the state's ban on assault weapons and would include new measures to keep guns away from people with mental illnesses. The state Senate, controlled by a coalition of Republicans and a handful of Democrats, approved the legislative package just after by a lopsided vote of 43 to 18. The New York Assembly, where Democrats who have been strongly supportive of gun control have an overwhelming majority, planned to vote on the measure. More

Animal rights group appeals New York deer-killing case
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An animal rights group isn't giving up on its fight against Vassar College's deer-killing plans. A New York supreme court judge ruled that the shooting of 62 deer is not subject to more intensive state environmental review. The judge refused to block the shoot. But the animal rights group In Defense of Animals has appealed. The group maintains that the state Department of Environmental Conservation violated state and environmental laws when it gave Vassar a permit. More

Georgia plans tunnels as safe road crossings for bears
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Cars and trucks on a central Georgia highway could one day pass over black bears as the animals scamper under the roadway, avoiding the traffic that's often deadly to wildlife. Georgia plans to add a half-dozen bear tunnels beneath State Route 96 in what will be a first-of-its-kind project for the state. Preliminary plans have already been completed and the state is now purchasing land along the highway, said Jeremy Busby, a project manager for the Georgia Department of Transportation. More


 

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