The California Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Water on Tuesday passed on a 7-1 vote Assembly Bill 711.
In so doing, California is one step closer to becoming the first state to completely ban the use of traditional lead ammunition for hunting. The bill will now go the Senate floor for a vote. It has already passed in the lower chamber.
NSSF joined some 24 organizations representing millions of sportsmen and traditional conservationists nationally and thousands in California in sending a letter last week to State Sen. Fran Pavley, chairman of the Committee, expressing united opposition to AB 711. NSSF has also purchased air time on radio stations in key districts to help persuade legislators to defeat the bill.
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