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LEGISLATIVE ALERT: Support the Governor in Saving Science-Based Natural Resource Management and The Future of Hunting and Fishing in Nebraska 

March 31, 2014 (Washington, D.C.) -  Nebraska L 671, introduced by Senator Ernie Chambers, seeks to eliminate the science-based management of mountain lions in Nebraska. Hunting and fishing have always been the preferred method of fish and wildlife management in the United States, and was overwhelmingly voted a constitutional right by Nebraskans in 2012. Allowing this bill to stand would set a dangerous precedent by letting the misguided, anti-hunting agendas of a few to supersede the will of the people of Nebraska, as well as the very science-based wildlife management approach that has been responsible for the restoration of mountain lions, deer, elk, turkeys and numerous other wildlife species.


Governor Heineman has vetoed the bill, and, in so doing, is protecting the future of successful science-based natural resource management, while also upholding the integrity of Nebraska's state constitution. This bill does nothing to help mountain lion population or any other species of wildlife in the state. Instead, it simply undermines the future of hunting and fishing in America's heartland.


Please contact the members of the Nebraska Senate today and urge them to support Governor Heineman's Veto of L 671!


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Western States Manager Andy Treharne, at 303.789.7589, or email