NRA-Backed Constitutional Carry Introduced in Florida
Once signed into law, more than half of the nation will recognize this fundamental right.
Rule Change Snags Traveling American Hunters
U.S. State Department implements new rule for exporting personal firearms in 2012 but only now begins enforcing it.
Sportsmen's Heritage and Recreational Enhancement Act Passes in U.S. House
The Sportsmen's Heritage and Recreational Enhancement (SHARE) Act has passed in the U.S. House of Representatives by a vote of 268-154 and is en route to the Senate.
Senators Introduce CWD Bill
Senators John Hoeven (R-N.D.) and Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) have introduced legislation to address a host of state and federal needs in the fight to contain CWD.
Breaking News: Zinke Signs Order Prioritizing Big Game Migration Corridors
Today's secretarial order drives more resources into wildlife habitat restoration and federal/state/private landowner collaboration.
Why Your NRA Works to Open Sunday Hunting Nationwide
Despite the fact hunters are the greatest source of revenue for the great outdoors, we still face restrictions on Sunday hunting in 11 states. The NRA-ILA continues to push for standardized regulations every day of the week to protect our right to hunt and our ability to affect conservation goals.
Governor Christie Signs Apprentice Hunting Bill
Youth hunting bill becomes law just in time for the fall hunting season in New Jersey.
Where Does Your State Stand on the NRA-Backed Constitutional Right to Hunt and Fish?
In November, Texas became the 19th state recognizing a constitutional amendment supporting the right to hunt and fish. Here is the status of some of the remaining states.
Arizona Bans Use of Trail Cameras
On June 11, 2021, the Arizona Game and Fish Department Commission voted unanimously to ban trail cameras “for the purpose of taking or aiding in the take of wildlife, or locating wildlife for the purpose of taking or aiding in the take of wildlife.”
Hunters Found Not Guilty in Wyoming Corner Crossings Case
Following less than two hours of deliberation, four Missouri hunters were declared “not guilty” by a Wyoming court in a “corner crossing" case that garnered national attention.