ORAC advises the U.S. Secretary of the Interior on issues related to outdoor recreation.
Letter from businesses in all 50 states sent to Congress.
NMMA calls the undertaking “laudable,” but some analysts worry it could lessen the department’s influence on Capitol Hill.
The Center for Sportfishing Policy also elected new board members.
Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, says in WSJ op-ed that the new Nafta “is dead” as long as constituents pay the price for retaliatory tariffs.
The proposed bill would allocate billions to the Department of Labor.
NMMA applauds discussion; insiders say Senate Republican majority won’t be on board.
Wilbur Ross met with boating and fishing leaders yesterday in Fort Lauderdale.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s funds will also be used for wildlife habitat conservation.
American Sportfishing Association sponsors fly-in to advocate for restrictions on California’s drift gillnets.