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The Sportsmen's Heritage Act of 2012, which will allow for more hunting and trapping on public lands, and National Parks is fast tracking into existence. It is crucial that as many citizens as possible contact the three key Senators who sit on the Environment and Public Works Committee to urge them to say "NO!" and oppose this bill.
Now that we have displayed and exposed all the current ugliness inflicted on our wolves--it is time to roll up our sleeves and prevent a bad situation from getting even worse!
The Sportmen's Heritage Act of 2012, which will allow for more hunting and trapping on public lands, and National Parks is fast tracking into existence. It is crucial that as many citizens as possible contact the co-sponsors of this bill in the senate and scream and big 'NO!'---and please OPPOSE THIS BILL!
There are 3 key Senators that are on the Environment and Public Works Committee--the first is Democratic Senator Barbara Boxer of California, then Republican Senator Max Baucus of Montana (he looks like trouble), and finally Democratic Senator Ben Cardin of Maryland. These are the three key players we need to contact!! If this bill passes the senate, the wolves and all wildlife will lose ground, literally.
PLEASE TAKE A FEW MINUTES TO SPEAK UP BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE AND TELL THESE SENATORS THAT AS AN AMERICAN CITIZEN, THAT YOU KNOW THEY ARE ON THE COMMITTEE MAKING THE DECISION ---- YOU DO NOT WANT THE SPORTSMEN'S HERITAGE ACT PASSED!!! OPPOSE S 2066!!!
U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer - Chair of Committee (CA. Democrat)
112 Hart Senate Office Bldg
Washington, D.C. 20510
email on her form letter - http://facebook.com/senatorboxer
or here - http://boxer.senate.gov/en/contact/outreach.cfm
U.S. Senator Max Baucus - Montana (Republican)
(his site doesn't give too many ways to contact him- not a good sign!)
Senator Ben Cardin - Maryland (Democrat)
509 Hart Senate Office Bldg
Washington, D. C. 20510
email on his form letter - www.cardin.senate.gov/contact/
Please note the National Rifle Association is happy that the bill is fast-tracking into existence :(