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Sunday Hunting Lawsuit Dismissed By Federal Judge

June 18, 2014
A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit that had challenged Pennsylvania's long-standing ban on Sunday hunting, saying she saw no proof the hunters' constitutionally protected rights were being harmed.
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Hillary Clinton Says Gun Owners 'Terrorize' Americans

June 18, 2014
Democratic frontrunner for 2016 presidential nod takes hard line on gun rights.
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New Mexico To Sell Leftover Hunting Licenses

June 17, 2014
New Mexico is offering hunters another opportunity to buy a license to hunt deer and javelina later this year and in early 2015.
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Voters Don't Think Bloomberg Gun Control Will Stop Violence

June 17, 2014
Former director of Mayors Against Illegal Guns says distrust in government leads many to believe new regulations on gun purchases are ineffective.
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VIDEO: Baby Moose Wanders Through Hotel Lobby

June 17, 2014
Free Wi-Fi, free hot breakfast, triple loyalty points, are common added bonuses travelers seek when they search out hotels. Moose viewing is extra!
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Supreme Court Rules On Gun 'Straw Purchaser' Law

June 16, 2014
A divided Supreme Court sided with gun control groups and the Obama administration, ruling that the federal government can strictly enforce laws that ban a "straw" purchaser from buying a gun for someone else.
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2014 Bowhunting Gear: New Archery Products

June 16, 2014
NAP rolls out two sweet new quivers, a stabilizer that's great for bowfishing, and their SpeedFletch.
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Study: Feds Say Lead Ammo Use Kills Bald Eagles

June 16, 2014
Study finds gut piles left by hunters in Upper Midwest with lead fragments are killing the U.S. national bird.
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Ire Over Gun Control Lingers In Upstate New York

June 15, 2014
New York's SAFE Act likely to have impact on gubernatorial election. NRA registrations have doubled since the SAFE Act became law.
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Whitetail Deer Encroaching On Mule Deer

June 15, 2014
Wyoming is proposing to allow more hunting of white-tailed deer in most reaches of northwest Wyoming in order to protect mule deer from being driven out.
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