The slate's chief big-game biologist is facing allegations that insider information may have allowed key Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife employees to gain an unfair advantage in winning restricted and highly prized hunting tags. The internal agency investigation follows a four-week investigation by the Oregon State Police and the Multnomah County district attorney's office in Portland, where the Department of Fish and Wildlife has its headquarters.

Published in HA Newsletter 19
Monday, 31 May 1999 17:00

TIME FOR A CHANGE

 It just hasn't worked and we need to return to a Department of Fish and Game. During the 1993 legislative session, former Governor Bob Miller consolidated state agencies. This has proven disastrous to the sportsmen in the state of Nevada. Since consolidation, Nevada Division of Wildlife (NDOW) has been one of nine state agencies put under the umbrella of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Its director is Pete Morros. There is not a single person who can do the job efficiently for nine state agencies. And Pete Morros has proven this many times over.

Published in HA Newsletter 19

The graphs on Pages 9 and 10 show the demise of our deer during the last ten years of former governor Bob Miller's and Willie Molini's administrations. Let's put a pencil to these numbers and show the money sportsmen have lost because of these two losers. The difference in deer tag sales the year before Bob Miller took office and his last year in office was 30,837 fewer deer tags. The cost of a Nevada hunting license, tag and application fee is $49.00. If you multiply the loss of tags by this amount, it is SI.5 million. Multiply that by three times federal matching funds and we get $4.5 million. Is it any wonder that Willie had to invent new ways to extract money from hunters? That $4.5 million would buy helicopters and a whole lot of game programs. Thanks for the memories, all bad!

Published in HA Newsletter 19
Monday, 31 May 1999 17:00

Isn't it amazing??

Former governor Bob Miller claimed to be tough on mining. He left office in January, 1999. In that same month he was appointed to the board of directors of Newmont Mining. He didn 't have the pride to let the chair in the governor' office cool down before accepting that appointment. Does anyone smell a rat here?

Published in HA Newsletter 19
Sunday, 31 October 1999 17:00

NO MORE BOB MILLER

On February 18, Senator Richard Bryan announced he will not seek re-election for the U.S. Senate. The democrats are pushing Bob Miller to run for this vacancy.

Published in HA Newsletter 18
Sunday, 31 October 1999 17:00

Miller was NOT a good steward to wildlife

In the last two weeks, many Nevada newspapers have run articles about the accomplishments of Governor Bob Miller. In the fairness of good journalism, the other side of the story should be told. Bob Miller demonstrated for ten years that he was no friend of Nevada sportsmen.

Published in HA Newsletter 18
Sunday, 31 October 1999 17:00

SENATE BILL 211

Below are the major changes and why sportsmen need this bill passed.

Published in HA Newsletter 18
Sunday, 31 October 1999 17:00

NDOW STILL HAS HANDS IN BIG GAME DRAW!

In 1989, the legislature removed the big game tag draw from the control of Nevada Division of Wildlife. This was done because of many improprieties while under NDOW's jurisdiction. The sportsmen of our state wanted this and our legislators passed it.

Published in HA Newsletter 18
Wednesday, 30 September 1998 17:00

Nevada purges itself of its own Slick Willie

Two "slick Willies" are on their way out - one for certain, Willie Molini, Nevada Division of Wildlife Chief, who is finally being forced to retire by Governor Bob Miller; the other, our amorous president, who is rapidly finding himself friendless. Rats always instinctively know when it's time to abandon a sinking ship.

Published in HA Newsletter 17

"Evidence of improper practices" has prompted the legislative auditor to send a rare "218" letter to the governor and each state legislator alerting them that "the integrity of the fiscal records" of Nevada Division of Wildlife is "in question."

Published in HA Newsletter 16
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