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Released Information
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Canned Shoots 5-04
Junior Licensce Bill
EnCon Committee Listing
NYSCC Canned Shoots
NYSCC Blaze Orange Memo
April 20th Legislative Info
B-G Upper Res Season Delay
(March 26, 2004)
Nulled Southern Zone/Sat. opener
(March 26, 2004)
Junior Archery Legislative update
(March 23, 2004)
NYSCC Legislative (vote talley)
(March 24, 2004)
Recently Introduced Bills
(March 16, 2004)
Proposed Fishing Regs
(March 4, 2004)
Waterfowl Hunters Comments
(March 3, 2004)
Deer Harvest 2003 Stats
(March 1, 2004)


Letters
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Lawful Commerce of Arms (Clinton)
Lawful Commerce of Arms (Schumer)
Letter to Assemblyman Hooker
Trout Letter
Antler Resolution


Alerts
January 30 Alert
New York State Conservation Council
Legislative Information January 30 2004

Since Governor Pataki released his 12tth annual budget there were some pluses in that personnel has not been cut, however, the proposal calls for a cut in the General Funds that will have been transferred into Conservation Fund.

The DEC budget is recommended at over $973 million from all sources with an overall staffing level of 3,345. The Conservation Fund is recommended at $52.4 million. The Capital Projects Funds total $30.5 million.

The registration fee for ATVs will increase from $10 to $45 annually. A new General Fund ATV trail appropriation will provide for trail development, maintenance, enforcement and education. Penalties for ATV violations will be increased and use of ATVs on State land will be clarified.

Of greatest concern and threat to sportsmen and all gun owners is the Governor’s proposal regarding a request for a new law which would require all gun owners current and in the future, to renew their license every 5 years. The law would amend the Penal Code to impose a $100 State licensing fee on new and renewal pistol or revolver licenses, a $25 fee on duplicate licenses, $25 on license transfers, local caps would also be removed, among other items. Every five years the gun owner would have to renew and provide a listing of all firearms and allow for a new background check.

The budget bill number is A-9556 and S-6056. IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT YOU CONTACT YOUR LOCAL ASSEMBLY AND SENATE MEMBERS TO TELL THEM YOU ARE AGAINST THIS PROPOSAL.


PLEASE CONTACT THEM TODAY (Click Here).

Both NYSCC Legislative Vice President Wally John and NYSCC President Howard Cushing are working hard on this issue for you, but we all need to work together to be sure that this form of GUN CONTROL does not happen to us. Meetings have been scheduled to discuss this with the appropriate legislators. Not only will sportsmen have to work together but all gun owners, organizations representing gun owners, and the general public must make sure that our rights are not lost due to economic difficulties.

More information will be sent as it becomes available.

For questions or comments concerning this website:
Mike Zeh mzeh4@nycap.rr.com