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The C.A.S.H. Courier Newsletter

Spring 2014

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  1. NYS Governor Andrew Cuomo Wants More of This: Expanded bobcat trapping, expanded trapping and hunting, crossbows, smaller buffers to homes!
  2. Letter From the President
  3. Cute Little Pink Rifles
  4. Gov. Andrew Cuomo Gives Hunters and Trappers the Key to NY
  5. Wildlife Watch’s Shortened Comments on the Draft Management Plan for Mute Swans in NYS
  6. C.A.S.H. Comments On: The Black Bear Management Plan for New York State 2014-2024
  7. Trailsafe Fights: Trapping in Nevada
  8. Researcher Said Hunting and Trapping Coyotes Increases their Population
  9. In Iowa, Bird Hunting Replaces Hog Farming
  10. Why C.A.S.H. Promotes a Dedicated Wildlife Watching Tax that May be Used Only for the Non-Consumptive Appreciation of Wildlife
  11. Big Win for Raccoons in Georgia
  12. Guest Comment by Lane Ferrante, Ohio Coordinator of the League of Humane Voters who writes in opposition to urban deer killing
  13. Net and Bolt Killing of Deer at Cornell
  14. Who Should Read Exposing the Big Game?
  15. In Memoriam
  16. Ask Uncle Joe
  17. Peter's Humor
  18. Michigan Man Shoots Himself in the Head While Trying to Demonstrate Gun Safety

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