October 1, 2015
It’s Opening Day of Compromise Season
In exchange for doing his job, the Speaker of the House lost his job. Late last week, with the end of the fiscal year approaching and no viable budget...
August 6, 2015
Without Congressional Compromise, Conservation Will Come to a Halt
What 34 sportsmen’s groups have joined forces to ask of our nation’s lawmakers as they craft next year’s budget Agreement in the year 2015 seems to be a rare...
April 30, 2015
Throwback Thursday: Congress Wants to Cut Investments in Conservation Like It’s 2006
What would a 16-percent cut in federal funding do to your family’s favorite fishing hole? If Congress has its way, we’re going to find out. A House and Senate...
December 4, 2014
What does the future hold for water conservation?
Here’s just the thing to cure your case of the holiday blues: a cold, hard analysis of budget numbers for federal water conservation programs. But don’t click away just...
June 16, 2014
The Sportsmen’s Water Budget
American sportsmen have been leading the conservation movement since its beginning, and for more than three quarters of a century, we have been putting our money where our mouths...
March 7, 2014
President’s budget good for sportsmen’s water priorities
President Obama’s budget request to Congress released on March 4 contains a number of spending priorities sportsmen should like. The budget proposes full funding for the Land and Water...
November 4, 2013
After Shutdown, the Stakes are High for Hunters and Anglers
October was hardly Washington’s finest month. A government shutdown that served no purpose and cost Americans more than $20 billion. Hunters and anglers denied access to national wildlife refuges...
June 11, 2013
A Sign of the Times
A few weeks back, while visiting Capitol Hill with two fellow TRCPers, I encountered a literal sign of the economic times. Posted just inside the doorway of a House...
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