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2020 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits Canceled

NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre has released the following statement regarding the 149th NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits, scheduled to be held April 16-19 in Nashville, Tenn.

NRA-Backed Lawsuit Prevails in Preserving Predator Hunting in Alaska

Your NRA has scored a big win in Alaska, prevailing in helping to preserve predator hunting on the nearly 77 million acres of National Wildlife Refuge land across the state.

Pennsylvania Governor Signs NRA-Backed Sunday Hunting Bill

On November 27, governor Tom Wolf signed Senate Bill 147 into law, allowing hunting on three Sundays each calendar year; one during the deer rifle season, one during the deer archery season and another to be determined by the Pennsylvania Game Commission.

Hunters Mobilize Against N.J. Governor’s Public Land Bear Hunting Ban

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy's executive order banning the legal hunting of bears on all state-owned lands has immediate impact on the state’s October and December 2018 bear-hunting seasons, spurring New Jersey hunters, elected officials and the state’s Division of Fish and Wildlife (DFW) to action.

Federal Judge Returns Grizzlies to Protected Status

A federal judge has reinstated federal protection for grizzlies in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, canceling scheduled hunts in Idaho and Wyoming.

Protecting Your Right to Hunt is More Important Than Ever

Electing and re-electing pro-Second Amendment and pro-hunting candidates is essential to protecting our hunting heritage.

Video: NRA’s Chris Cox Marks Hunters’ Call to Action

Both in content and delivery, this is a must-see video as NRA-ILA’s Chris Cox addresses American hunters in the do-or-die fight to save hunting at last week’s SCI show.

NRA’s Chris Cox to Headline SCI Gala on Feb. 3

NRA-ILA Executive Director Chris Cox will address the crowd at SCI’s Saturday Evening “Grand Finale” Gala.

Arizona May Ban Big-Cat Hunting

Arizona hunters may no longer be able to take mountain lions or bobcats, as SB 1182, a bill drafted by Arizona State Sen. Steve Farley (D-Tucson), seeks to end the hunting of the big cats. Backed by a fine of no less than $8,000, and potentially much more, the bill, if passed, would make mountain lions and bobcats a “protected” species.

Indiana and Kansas Add Right to Hunt Amendments

Hunters in Indiana and Kansas scored landslide victories during the 2016 General Election when voters overwhelmingly approved adding an amendment to each state’s constitution that preserves the right to hunt.

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