HB296 Apprentice Hunting License Bill: Senate hearing scheduled January 18
House Bill 296 has been added to the Senate Agriculture Committee agenda for proponent & opponent testimony on November 16 at 9:00 a.m..
The purpose for Wednesday's hearing is so that the committee may hear testimony on HB296 from persons wishing to provide public testimony.
USSA 2005 Patriot Award-winner Larry S. Moore will be on hand to offer proponent testimony on behalf of the Buckeye Firearms Association and the US Sportmen Alliance.
Filling these hearing rooms as this legislation moves forward will make a serious statement of support. The anti-hunting lobby is expected to be on hand to attack this common sense legislation, so if your schedule allows, please consider making the trip to Columbus to support HB296 and its sponsor, Rep. Steve Buehrer.
For more information on HB296, see: Buckeye Firearms Association Endorses HB296, Apprentice Hunting License Bill