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Senate Bill 301

Relating To: Relating to: eliminating age requirements for participating in the hunting mentorship program and hunting devices authorized to be used under the hunting mentorship program.
Bill Text and History
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Lobbying Principals

Principal Name Notified Date Communication Date Comments Supporting Documentation  
National Rifle Association of America Notified Date 10/13/2015 Communication Date N/A Comments   Supporting Documentation  
For
Report Date
10/13/2015

Safari Club Notified Date 1/11/2016 Communication Date N/A Comments   Supporting Documentation  
For
Report Date
1/11/2016

Whitetails of Wisconsin Notified Date 10/12/2015 Communication Date N/A Comments   Supporting Documentation  
For
Report Date
10/12/2015

Wisconsin Association of Local Health Departments and Boards Notified Date 1/27/2016 Communication Date N/A Comments   Supporting Documentation  
Against
Report Date
1/27/2016

Wisconsin Bear Hunters Association Notified Date 10/12/2015 Communication Date N/A Comments   Supporting Documentation  
For
Report Date
10/12/2015

Wisconsin Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (WIAAP) Notified Date 12/9/2015 Communication Date N/A Comments   Supporting Documentation  
Against
Report Date
12/9/2015

Supporting Documentation
20151209_2015.12.08 Opposition to SB 301.pdf

Wisconsin FORCE (Wisconsin Firearm Owners, Ranges, Clubs, & Educators, Inc.) Notified Date 10/12/2015 Communication Date N/A Comments   Supporting Documentation  
For
Report Date
10/12/2015

Wisconsin Public Health Association Notified Date 1/27/2016 Communication Date N/A Comments   Supporting Documentation  
Against
Report Date
1/27/2016

Wisconsin Wildlife Federation Notified Date 12/16/2015 Communication Date N/A Comments   Supporting Documentation  
Against
Report Date
12/16/2015

Comments
One firearm between the mentor and student are important to assure strong mentoring of youth. Secondly, most children under ten are not physically and emotionally capable to hunt big game. The WI Hunter Ed Instructors also oppose.

Lobbying Efforts

  2015
January - June
2015
July - December
2016
January - June
2016
July - December
Total
Total Hours Of Effort On This Matter 2015
January - June
2015
July - December
89.00
2016
January - June
36.00
2016
July - December
14.00
Total 139.00
National Rifle Association of America 2015
January - June
2015
July - December
3.00
2016
January - June
2016
July - December
Total 3.00
Safari Club 2015
January - June
2015
July - December
15.00
2016
January - June
2016
July - December
14.00
Total 29.00
Wisconsin Bear Hunters Association 2015
January - June
2015
July - December
23.00
2016
January - June
2016
July - December
Total 23.00
Wisconsin Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (WIAAP) 2015
January - June
2015
July - December
2016
January - June
2.00
2016
July - December
Total 2.00
Wisconsin FORCE (Wisconsin Firearm Owners, Ranges, Clubs, & Educators, Inc.) 2015
January - June
2015
July - December
5.00
2016
January - June
2016
July - December
Total 5.00
Wisconsin Wildlife Federation 2015
January - June
2015
July - December
43.00
2016
January - June
34.00
2016
July - December
Total 77.00