Wednesday, 01 March 2006 00:00

Appeal to Chairman Rhoads and Claborn

Reprinted from Daily Sparks Tribune

March 12, 2006

RED TAPE: There is an absolute political backlash against the seemingly unending growth of government rules and regulations. This is manifest in Nevada by the people overwhelmingly approving maintaining bi-annual (every other year) legislative sessions, despite our dramatic population expansion. To even further limit “bureaucratic blight”, the people have allowed only 120 day sessions as well.

Published in HA Newsletter 30

Reprinted from The Nevada Rancher, June 2009

How free of politics is science? During a legislative hearing, the idea of not allowing laymen—in this case the nine members of the Nevada State Wildlife Commission—to have mandatory authority over a “professional biologist” was debated.

Published in HA Newsletter 34
Sunday, 31 October 1999 17:00

Politics Picks New NDOW Administrator

Not one sportsmen's organization in the state endorsed Terry Crawforth to replace Willie Molini as administrator of the Nevada Division of Wildlife (NDOW). Even the Wildlife commissioners rated him third in a three horse race. How did he get chosen? It was good old politics at its worst.

Published in HA Newsletter 18
Saturday, 28 February 1998 17:00

Good-Bye Molini!

As president of the Nevada Hunters Association, I am compelled to respond to William Molini's obviously rehearsed interview in the Jan/Feb 1998 interdepartmental news bulletin. "The Wild Side."

Molini's constant blaming of others for his failures has become quite boring. His lack of leadership abilities has brought this Wildlife division down to its knees. Mr. Molini would rather blame the messenger than acknowledge the problem. Let me give you some examples:

Published in HA Newsletter 15
Tuesday, 30 September 1997 17:00

THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN

  • ASSEMBLYMAN JOHN LEE
  • ASSEMBLYWOMAN GENIE OHRENSCHALL
  • ASSEMBLYMAN HARRY MORTENSON
  • ASSEMBLYMAN TOM COLLINS
  • ASSEMBLYMAN ROY NEIGHBORS
  • ASSEMBLYWOMAN GENE SEGERBLOM
  • ASSEMBLYWOMAN MARCIA de BRAGA

There are times when a politician goes against party lines, goes against the speaker and the governor to vote for what they believe in. In doing so, they take a beating from their party but they do what the general public wants them to do. This is what a good elected official is all about.

Published in HA Newsletter 14

I here are 18 western states which make up the Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. In 1994 the average cost for residents to hunt deer in their respective states or provinces was $24.25. In Nevada it was $45.50, almost double. Next year, your hunting license will increase by $3.00. There are many other hunting and fishing license increases in A.B.212. These increases were needed to keep Nevada Division of Wildlife afloat because of years of mismanagement, not the Mother Nature excuses that Nevada Division of Wildlife has been using for the past decade. These increases will do nothing to implement new hunting and fishing programs in our state.

Published in HA Newsletter 10
Wednesday, 31 May 1995 17:00

SENATE VOTE ON A.B.3O7

SUPPORTIVE & NON-SUPPORTIVE


Published in HA Newsletter 10
Wednesday, 31 May 1995 17:00

AB 307: THE GOOD BILL

HEROES & ZEROS


Published in HA Newsletter 10

Recent highly publicized attacks on humans and domestic animals by mountain lions in California could lead to that state's voters reversing a 1990 initiative that removes mountain lions from management by the state's wildlife agency and sets aside $30 million a year for 30 years for purchasing California wildlife habitat.

Published in HA Newsletter 07
Tuesday, 31 December 1991 17:00

EDITORIAL

HUNTER'S ALERT would like to thank all of you for becoming mem­bers. Your support will make hunt­ing and fishing better in our state. We apologize for not getting our newsletter out sooner but we have been fighting for your hunting and fishing rights in the meantime.

It is apparent from the hundreds of comments and replies we have received that there is a need for an organization such as HUNTER'S ALERT. Because the need has been demonstrated, we feel confident to proceed with developing a board of directors and a set of bylaws. We urge your support and your active participation in this process in order to obtain our goal of improving hunting and fishing opportunities in the state of Nevada.

Published in HA Newsletter 01
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