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  1. Conservation Forum
    http://blogs.desmoinesregister.com/dmr/index.php/2011/03/22/vote-on-legalizing-dove-hunting-could-take-place-today/ The Iowa Senate passed the Iowa Dove Bill today 30-18, on to the house of representatives. The Dove Bill number in the House is HF 508 Folks please contact your House of...
  2. The Lodge
    Now that the dove bill has passed out of committee in the Senate it's time for a full court press. Please contact your state Senator and Senator Mike Gronstal, as the senate majority leader he will be the one in charge of wether or not the bill is brought up for a vote. A short note explaining...
  3. Conservation Forum
    GREAT NEWS! The Senate Natural Resources Committee passed SF 83 which is the bill which would return the authority to set a hunting season for mourning doves to the DNR. This means it will now be considered by the full senate. It was a voice vote. Three senators asked to be in the record as...
  4. Conservation Forum
    Dear Iowa Sportsmen, We have some initial good news to report from the Senate Appropriations Committee. The Senate Appropriations committee has passed HF 45 without the provisions banning DNR acquisition of public lands in FY 2011 and without the proposed cuts to REAP in FY 2011. This is a...
  5. Conservation Forum
    I have been Advised that Iowa Sportsmen need to Contact their Senate representative to voice their support for SF-83 The Iowa Dove Bill. It's seems that Iowa Sportsmen are not making the contact that needs to be made in order to push the Bill and get the votes it needs in the senate to get it...
  6. Conservation Forum
    As most of you know, HF45 was passed in the House and now has been kicked over to the senate for debate. If we wish to protect our ability and our Conservation Constitutional Amendments purposes, we must rally together and ask our Senators to strip out the provision that seeks to strip our IDNR...
  7. The Lodge
    Senate rejects bid to carry concealed weapons across state lines Dianne Feinstein, who voted against the bill, called it a 'grave threat to public safety.' But the NRA argued that 'the right to self-defense does not end at state lines.' By Richard Simon July 23, 2009 Reporting from Washington...
  8. Conservation Forum
    Sportsmen Cheer Senate Vote in Support of Clean Water The Clean Water Restoration Act would provide conservation measures for many aquatic resources, including prairie potholes, which provide important waterfowl habitat and great hunting opportunities. Photo courtesy of the U.S. Fish and...
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