The Humane Society of the United States and legislative ally Senator Peter Courtney are, yet again, hard at work again to restrict trapping. Despite Oregonians rejecting trapping ban ballot measures in 1980 (Measure 5) and 2000 (Measure 97), they want to continue to attack an activity that’s as old as society itself.
Senator Courtney & The Humane Society of the United States want to force trappers to the following:
Essentially, the Humane Society of the United States is attempting to slowly squeeze trapping out of existence through over burdensome regulation.
You can read Senator Peter Courtney’s testimony on LC 1845 here.
We need you to click here and email the members of the Senate Committee on Environment and Natural Resources and Gov. Kate Brown and tell them that enough is enough, no further restrictions on trapping!
It takes less than two minutes (seriously) and is critically important.
About the Author: Dominic Aiello is an avid hunter, angler, and wildlife policy expert. He is the President of the Oregon Outdoor Council, Cabela’s Prostaff, and Outdoor Writer for the Statesman Journal and Wide Open Spaces. Follow his adventures on Instagram @daiello91 or Twitter @HunterInformant.
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