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The C.A.S.H. Courier Newsletter

Summer-Fall 2012 Issue
Isn't it time to end the sensess brutality of hunting...that also gravely affects the public?

Here are two recent reasons that made local news:

TEXAS SCHOOL CHILDREN AT RISK: FROM HUNTERS

Two TX students, aged 13 and 14, were wounded . One boy is in critical condition with a gunshot wound in his back and a bullet embedded in one of his organs. It is known that two “hunting pastures” are within 600 yards of the school.


WISCONSIN WOMAN FINDS SHOTGUN SLUG IN HOME

It will cost her $500 to repair the damage according to the sheriff’s office.


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