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ARTICLE from the Spring 2009 Issue

C.A.S.H.’S letter writing campaign on a roll

Since the last issue of the Courier went to press, C.A.S.H. has been keeping an eye on the national media and has been letting legislators and officials at all levels of government know that there is strong support for the humane and responsible treatment of wildlife.  C.A.S.H. is watching!

As you know, writing letters to the editors of newspapers across the country is an effective way to expose the nation to the hidden agendas of state and federal hunting agencies.  Letter writing allows C.A.S.H.’s members and supporters to have their views represented in parts of the country that may not have many outspoken pro-wildlife voices, and it also provides our Uncle Joe with a nice assortment of hate mail from which he writes his column.  In recent weeks, C.A.S.H. has written to 85 newspapers in 37 states and word is spreading through the west that C.A.S.H. has arrived on the scene. 

Because of your support, C.A.S.H. will continue to represent the interests of wildlife, habitat, and indeed all of society when sport hunting threatens to destroy the natural world. 

Today’s battles will be tomorrow’s victories!

AL
Montgomery Advertiser

AR
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Arkansas Times
Log Cabin Democrat (Conway)

AZ
Payson Roundup

CA
Ledger Dispatch (Jackson)
Los Angeles Times
Sacramento Bee

CT
Hartford Courant
Norwich Bulletin

CO
Delta County Independent
Holyoke Enterprise

DC
Washington Times

GA
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

IA

Clinton Herald
Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier
Iowa City Press-Citizen

ID
Idaho Statesman (Boise)

IL
Chicago Sun Times
Boonville Standard/Newburgh
Chandler Register
The Daily American (West Frankfort)

IN
Greene County Daily World

KS
Augusta Gazette
Salina Journal
Emporia Gazette
Fort Scott Tribune
Topeka Capital-Journal LA
The Town Talk - Alexandria, Pineville and Central Louisiana
The Daily Comet (Thibodaux, Lafourche Parish)

MA
Boston Globe
Patriot Ledger (Quincy)

MD
The Daily Times (Delmarva Now - Salisbury)

ME
Kennebec Journal
Morning Sentinel
Portland Press Herald/Maine
Sunday Telegram
SeacoastOnline (Portsmouth)

MN
Hastings Star Gazette
DL-Online (Detroit Lakes)

MO
Columbia Daily Tribune

MT
The Missoulian

NC
Winston-Salem Journal
Greensboro RhinoTimes.com
News & Observer (Raleigh, Durham, Cary, & Chapel Hill)
Greensboro News-Record

ND
Grand Forks Herald

NE
Pilot-Tribune & Enterprise (Blair)
Chadron Record

NJ
Star Ledger
Press of Atlantic City

NM
Las Cruces Sun-News

NY

Daily Messenger (Canandaigua)
Niagara Gazette
Ithaca Journal
Utica Observer-Dispatch

OH
Zanesville Times Recorder
Madison Press (Madison County)

OK
Muskogee Phoenix

PA
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Reading Eagle
Philadelphia Daily News
Connellsville Daily Courier
Centre Daily Times (State College)

SC
The Buford Gazette

TX
Dallas Morning News
Houston Chronicle
Palestine Herald-Press
Fort Worth Star-Telegram

VA
Lynchburg News and Advance
Free Lance-Star (Fredericksburg)
Norfolk Virginian-Pilot

VT
Burlington Free Press

WA
Bellingham Herald

WI
Sheboygan Press
The Capital Times (Madison)
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune
Rhinelander Daily News
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Wisconsin State Journal (Madison)

WV
Charleston Gazette

WY
Wyoming Tribune Eagle (Cheyenne).

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