Tracking the Capitols – Week of May 18

NASClogoTracking the Capitols is a source of legislation currently being tracked by the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation state policy team to keep you informed of the most pertinent and timely state legislation affecting hunting, angling, recreational shooting and trapping and other conservation issues. Inclusion in Tracking the Capitols does not necessarily constitute support or opposition to legislation by CSF and/or the CSF States Program. The bills noted in this email represent only a fraction of the legislation that CSF’s States Program is monitoring on a day-to-day basis.
Please visit our website for day-to-day updates by CSF’s State Program Team on important sportsmen’s legislation. To view past bills, please visit the Tracking the Capitols Archive under the Media Room tab on the CSF website.
Note: Bill sponsors who are members of the National Assembly of Sportsmen’s Caucuses are noted in bold.
NORTHEASTERN STATES

Connecticut H 6047

Introduced: 01/22/2015

Sponsor: Representative William Tong

Issue Brief: Hatcheries

Summary: Provides funding for state fish hatcheries; creates a task force; relates to the Recreational Fisheries Trust to promote and enhance the funding of the state’s fish hatcheries and the state’s recreational fisheries programs; establishes that the trust shall receive and hold all payments and deposits or contributions intended for the trust, including gifts, donations, bequests, endowments or federal, state or local grants and any other funds from any public or private source and all earnings until disbursed.

Status: Reported out of Legislation Commissioner’s Office on May 19

 

Maine H 214

Introduced: 02/06/2015

Sponsor: Representative Russell Black, Member, Maine Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus 

Issue Brief: Bear Hunting; Hunting Dogs

Summary: Allows a person licensed to guide hunters to use one leashed dog outside of legal hunting hours to track and dispatch a bear wounded by the guide’s client.

Status: Became law (Public Law No. 90) without Governor’s signature on May 19

 

Maine H 265

Introduced: 02/11/2015

Sponsor: Representative Stephen Wood, Co-Chair, Maine Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus  

Issue Brief: Recruitment; Bear Hunting

Summary: Requires the Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife to establish by rule a youth bear hunting day on the Saturday prior to the opening of bear hunting season.

Status: Signed by Governor (Public Law No. 79) on May 15

 

Maine H 291

Introduced: 02/11/2015

Sponsor: Representative Stephen Wood, Co-Chair, Maine Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus 

Issue Brief: General

Summary: This bill allows a person to use a firearm fitted or contrived with a device for deadening the sound of explosion to kill wild animals or wild turkeys that are damaging crops, orchards or property or harming domestic animals.

Status: In Senate: Placed in Legislative Filed (Dead) on May 20

 

Maine H 449

Introduced: 02/27/2015

Sponsor: Representative Robert Duchesne  

Issue Brief: General

Summary: This bill directs the Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife to establish a comprehensive marketing program for the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife that is led and coordinated by a dedicated marketing specialist, whose position is required to be created within the department’s Division of Public Information and Education.

Status: Work Session held on May 19

 

Maine H 550

Introduced: 03/06/2015

Sponsor: Representative Dillon Bates    

Issue Brief: Hunting Dogs; Bear Hunting

Summary: Prohibits a person from hunting bear with the use of dogs. The bill also makes a violation of that prohibition a Class D crime and a Class C crime for a 3rd or subsequent offense. It provides an exemption for the Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife to hunt bear with the use of dogs for public safety or research purposes.

Status: Work Session held on May 19

 

Maine H 606

Introduced: 03/11/2015

Sponsor: Representative Denise Harlow     

Issue Brief: Animal Traps; Hunting Dogs; Bear Hunting

Summary: Prohibits hunting bear using dogs and trapping bear.

Status: Work Session held on May 19

 

Maine H 844

Introduced: 04/02/2015

Sponsor:  Representative Michael Shaw, Member, Maine Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus 

Issue Brief: General License

Summary: This bill expands the current resident hunting license and nonresident hunting license to encompass and replace all other hunting licenses and hunting permits except the: 1. Junior hunting license; 2. Resident and nonresident apprentice hunting licenses; 3. Antlerless deer and special deer season permits; 4. Moose permit; 5. Pheasant permit; 6. Waterfowl permit; 7. Falconry permit; and 8. Migratory bird permit. It increases the fee for a resident and a nonresident hunting license from $25 to $38 and …

Status: Work Session held on May 19

 

Maine S 313

Introduced: 03/11/2015

Sponsor:  Senator Paul Davis, Member, Maine Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus 

Issue Brief: Guns

Summary: Current law authorizes the Chief of the State Police to grant reciprocity to a permit to carry a concealed handgun issued from another state if the other state has substantially equivalent or stricter requirements for the issuance of a permit and the other state observes the same rules of reciprocity regarding a person issued a permit under Maine law. This bill removes the authority of the Chief of the State Police to enter into reciprocity agreements and eliminates the required equivalency provisio

Status: In Senate: Passed to be engrossed on May 19

 

Maine S 444

Introduced: 04/06/2015

Sponsor:  Senator Thomas Saviello, Co-Chair, Maine Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus 

Issue Brief: Hunting Dogs

Summary: Allows a person to train and use dogs to hunt coyotes.

Status: In Senate: Passed in Legislative File (Dead) on May 20

 

New Hampshire H 212

Introduced: 01/08/2015

Sponsor: Representative Marge Shepardson

Issue Brief: Enforcement

Summary: Requires that the minimum period of revocation of a license issued by the Fish and Game Department for a person convicted of a felony while hunting, trapping, or fishing is five years; allows the executive director to revoke the license, for a period of not less than five years, of any person convicted of aggravated felonious sexual assault, felonious sexual assault, or sexual assault, except for sexual assault which occurred while the person was engaged in hunting, trapping, or fishing.

Status: Passed Senate. To House for concurrence on May 14

 

New Hampshire H 336

Introduced: 01/08/2015

Sponsor: Representative James Webb, Member, New Hampshire Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus 

Issue Brief: Crossbows

Summary: Allows the executive director of Fish and Game to adopt rules for taking black bear by crossbow and for taking game animals and game birds during the regular firearms season for the species.

Status: Enrolled Bill Amendment on May 19

 

New Jersey S 1683

Introduced: 03/17/2015

Sponsor: Senator Steve Oroho, Co-Chair, New Jersey Angling and Hunting Conservation Caucus

Issue Brief: Apprentice Fishing License

Summary: Authorizes Sunday bow hunting on federal military installations and the William J. Hughes Technical Center; requires approval.

Status: Passed Senate. To Assembly on May 18

 

New Jersey S 2567

Introduced: 12/01/2014

Sponsor: Senator Stephen Sweeney, Member, New Jersey Angling and Hunting Conservation Caucus

Issue Brief: Apprentice Fishing License

Summary: Creates the Fishing Buddy License; concerns all around sportsman and fishing licenses; provides for the licensure of applicants for a combined license at a specified fee for the two persons for both licenses.

Status: Passed Senate. To Assembly on May 18

 

New York A 6108

Introduced: 03/16/2015

Sponsor: Assembly Member Addie Russell, Member, New York Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus

Issue Brief: Angling Access; General

Summary: Extends effectiveness of provisions authorizing angling by a single individual with up to three lines in freshwater.

Status: To Assembly Committee on Codes on May 19

 

New York A 7467

Introduced: 05/12/2015

Sponsor: Assembly Member Aileen Gunther, Co-Chair, New York Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus

Issue Brief: General License

Summary: Directs the commissioner of environmental conservation to create gift cards for hunting and fishing licenses.

Status: To Assembly Committee on Environmental Conservation on May 12

 

New York A 7584

Introduced: 05/19/2015

Sponsor: Assembly Member Aileen Gunther, Co-Chair, New York Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus

Issue Brief: General

Summary: Amends the Environmental Conservation Law; extends the authority of the department of environmental conservation to adopt regulations for hunting in the northern zone.

Status: To Assembly Committee on Environmental Conservation on May 12

 

New York S 4004

Introduced: 02/25/2015

Sponsor: Senator Betty Little

 Issue Brief: General

Summary: Enacts the “Adirondack sportsmen’s club preservation act”; provides that state acquisition of open space land shall only be undertaken with a Willing seller and shall remain subject to the leases of sportsmen’s clubs thereon.

Status: From Senate Committee on Finance on May 19

 

New York S 5340

Introduced: 05/13/2015

Sponsor: Senator George Amedore, Member, New York Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus  

Issue Brief: Hunting Dogs; Bear Hunting

Summary: Authorizes the use and training of dogs for the hunting of bear; provides that dogs engaged in hunting and training as authorized by the environmental conservation law, shall not be deemed to be running at large in violation of any local law or ordinance

Status: To Senate Committee on Environmental Conservation on May 13

 

New York S 5434

Introduced: 05/14/2015

Sponsor: Senator Joseph Griffo, Co-Chair, New York Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus  

Issue Brief: Apprentice Hunting License; General License

Summary: Amends the Environmental Conservation Law; relates to lowering the age for universal hunting licenses from 14 years old to 12 years old.

Status: To Senate Committee on Environmental Conservation on May 14

 

Vermont H 5

Introduced: 01/08/2015

Sponsor: Representative David Deen

Issue Brief: Crossbows; Seniors, Veterans, and Active Duty Military Hunting and Angling Privileges; Apprentice Hunting License; General License; Invasive Species; Sound Suppressors

Summary: Relates to hunting, fishing, and trapping; requires the Commissioner of Fish and Wildlife to report to the House Committee regarding any free permanent fishing, hunting, or combination licenses issued to persons with a permanent, severe, physical mobility disability.

Status: Committee amendment adopted on Senate floor on May 14

 

 

SOUTHEASTERN STATES

Alabama H 130

Introduced: 03/05/2015

Sponsor: Representative Tim Wadsworth

Issue Brief: Seniors; Veterans

Summary: Establishes a special disabled person’s hunting license to be valid on a continuous basis during the period of total disability upon the payment of a $1 issuance fee.

Status: Passed House. To Senate on May 19

Alabama H 409

Introduced: 04/02/2015

Sponsor: Representative David Sessions

Issue Brief: General; General License

Summary: Authorizes certain permits to be transferred in the case of physical hardship and the requirements for proof of income requirements under Alabama income tax law in subsequent years would be deleted; authorizes a person who failed to meet the income requirements beginning October 1, 2014, to renew a net or seine permit and would delete certain income verification provisions.

Status: From House Committee on Agriculture and Forestry: Reported favorably with substitute on May 14

 

Alabama S 123

Introduced: 03/03/2015

Sponsor: Senator Tom Whatley

Issue Brief: General

Summary: Authorizes permits for specified feeders under certain conditions; provides for permits, fees, and penalties.

Status: Senator Amendment offered on Senate floor on May 14

 

Alabama S 468

Introduced: 05/12/2015

Sponsor: Senator J.T. Waggoner

Issue Brief: Dog Tethering

Summary: Establishes prohibitions, restrictions, and limitations regarding the chaining, tethering, and confinement of dogs; provides a definition of adequate outdoor shelter for dogs; establishes penalties for violations.

Status: To Senate Committee on Judiciary on May 12

 

North Carolina H 65

Introduced: 02/11/2015

Sponsor: Representative Jeffrey Elmore

Issue Brief: General

Summary: Establishes a season for trapping foxes in Wilkes county, Cherokee county, and New Hanover County; establishes that there is an open season for taking foxes by trapping during the trapping season set by the Wildlife Resources Commission each year, with no tagging requirements prior to or after sale; relates to no bag limit; establishes that the Commission shall provide for the sale of foxes taken lawfully.

Status: In House: House concurred in Senate committee substitute on May 13

 

North Carolina S 513

Introduced: 03/26/2015

Sponsor: Senator Andrew Brock

Issue Brief: High Fence

Summary: Provides regulatory relief to the agricultural community by providing for various transportation and environmental reforms; revises the Horse Industry Promotion Act; increases caps on duration and amount of an assessment; establishes that the Council may conduct a referendum among horse owners upon the question of whether an assessment shall be levied; conforms compensation paid to an agricultural worker to federal wage withholding standards; modifies oversize vehicle permit restrictions.

Status: Passed Senate. To House on May 19

 

South Carolina S 463

Introduced: 02/18/2015

Sponsor: Senator Shane Martin

Issue Brief: General

Summary: Directs the Department of Natural resources to conduct a review of wildlife tagging, validation, and methods of checking harvested game utilized in other States and to report its findings and recommendations.

Status: Passed House on May 15

 

South Carolina S 592

Introduced: 03/25/2015

Sponsor: Senator Chip Campsen, Member, South Carolina Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus

Issue Brief: Invasive Species

Summary: Relates to the hunting of feral hogs, coyotes, and armadillos; provides that feral hogs, coyotes, and armadillos may be hunted at any time of the year under authority of and pursuant to the conditions contained in a depredation permit issued by the department and from the last day of February to the first day of July of that same year with any legal firearm, bow and arrow, or crossbow when notice is given to the department; provides conditions for hunting these animals at night.

Status: Recalled from House Committee on Agriculture, Natural Resources and Environmental Affairs on May 14

 

Tennessee H 1104

Introduced: 02/12/2015

Sponsor: Representative Timothy Hill

Issue Brief: Off Highway Vehicles

Summary: Relates to off-highway recreational vehicles; creates an off-highway vehicle advisory committee to study the provision of safety training to off-highway vehicle operators, acquisition of potential private or public land as off-highway recreation areas, and funding sources for such training and acquisitions; requires the committee to report by a specified date.

Status: Signed by Governor on May 20

 

 

UPPER MIDWESTERN STATES

There are currently no legislative updates from the upper Midwestern region.
LOWER MIDWESTERN STATES

 

Illinois H 352

Introduced: 01/28/2015

Sponsor: Representative Pat Verschoore, Member, Illinois Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus

 Issue Brief: General

Summary: Amends the Wildlife Code; removes the prohibition on taking bobcats in the State; provides that it shall be unlawful for any person to trap or to hunt bobcats with gun, dog, dog and gun, or bow and arrow, except during the open season; provides that the season limit for bobcat shall not exceed one bobcat per permit; provides that the pelts of bobcats shall be tagged; requires Bobcat Hunting and Trapping Permits.

Status: From Senate Committee on Assignments: Referred to Senate Committee on Agriculture (Amendment No. 1) on May 20

 

Illinois H 3674

Introduced: 02/26/2015

Sponsor: Representative Mike Smiddy, Member, Illinois Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus

 Issue Brief: Crossbows

Summary: Amends the Wildlife Code; provides that an individual with a youth hunting license may use a crossbow during the first week of the regular deer archery season, provided that the individual remains under the direct supervision of an adult who possesses a valid permit; provides that youths authorized to take deer with a crossbow shall first obtain a specified Deer Hunting Permit.

Status: In Senate: Placed on Calendar Order Third Reading on May 19

 

Kansas H 2061

Introduced: 01/20/2015

Sponsor: House Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee

 Issue Brief: Conservation Funding

Summary: Concerns agriculture; relates to amending the powers and duties of the State Department of Agriculture Division of Conservation and the State Conservation Commission regarding the federal Clean Water Act that include conservation easement, contracting with engineering consultants and contractors for natural resource restoration, establishes fees for acquisition and the administration of such easements; prohibits General Fund moneys being used for such easements; protects natural resources.

Status: Signed by Governor on May 18

 

Louisiana H 167

Introduced: 04/13/2015

Sponsor: Representative Richard Burford

 Issue Brief: Invasive Species

Summary: Limits the taking of outlaw quadrupeds, nutria, and beaver on private property at night to a specified time period; prohibits any person who has a conviction for prohibited night hunting from being eligible to hunt outlaw quadrupeds, nutria, or beaver at night.

Status: To Senate Committee on Natural Resources on May 20

 

Louisiana S 210

Introduced: 04/13/2015

Sponsor: Senator Neil Riser, Member, Louisiana Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus

 Issue Brief: Game Meat Donation

Summary: Provides for the administration and uses of monies in the Hunters for the Hungry Account.

Status: From House Committee on Natural Resources and Environment: Reported with amendment on May 20

 

Louisiana S 212

Introduced: 04/13/2015

Sponsor: Senator Rick Ward

 Issue Brief: Guns

Summary: Authorizes bowhunters to carry any caliber firearm on their person while hunting with a bow.

Status: Referred to the Legislative Bureau on May 20

 

Texas H 118

Introduced: 01/13/2015

Sponsor: Representative Dan Flynn, Member, Texas Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus

 Issue Brief: Seniors; Veterans

Summary: Relates to a fee waiver for a combination resident hunting and fishing license for certain military personnel.

Status: To Senate Committee on Veterans Affairs and Military Installations on May 15

 

Texas H 721

Introduced: 01/14/2015

Sponsor: Representative Joe Farias, Member, Texas Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus

 Issue Brief: Seniors; Veterans

Summary: Relates to the hunting or fishing license fee waiver for certain disabled veterans.

Status: Placed on intent calendar on May 20

 

Texas H 1040

Introduced: 01/29/2015

Sponsor: Representative Chris Paddie, Member, Texas Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus

 Issue Brief: Fishing Tournaments

Summary: Relates to the liability of certain sports officials and organizations.

Status: Placed on local and uncontested calendar on May 19

 

Texas SJR 22

Introduced: 01/13/2015

Sponsor: Representative Brandon Creighton, Member, Texas Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus

 Issue Brief: Right to Hunt and Fish

Summary: Proposes a constitutional amendment relating to the right to hunt, fish, and harvest wildlife.

Status: Passed House on May 20

PACIFIC-NORTHWESTERN STATES

Nevada A 78

Introduced: 02/02/2015

Sponsor: Assembly Natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining Committee

 Issue Brief: General

Summary: Make various other changes relating to wildlife; revises the process by which the Board of Wildlife Commissioners establishes certain policies and adopts certain regulations; revises provisions governing programs for the management and control of predatory wildlife; revises certain provisions governing county advisory boards to manage wildlife; revises the membership of the State Predatory Animal and Rodent Committee.

Status: Conference Committee Report adopted by Assembly on May 19

 

Nevada S 4

Introduced: 02/02/2015

Sponsor: Senator James Settelmeyer, Member, Nevada Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus

 Issue Brief: Animal Traps

Summary: Provides exemptions from certain registration requirements for a trap, snare or similar device used in the trapping of wild mammals on private property; limits the requirement to obtain a permit to take or kill fur-bearing mammals.

Status: Amended on Assembly floor on May 19

 

Nevada S 163

Introduced: 02/16/2015

Sponsor: Senator Scott Hammond, Co-Chair, Nevada Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus

 Issue Brief: General

Summary: Creates the Advisory Council on Nevada Wildlife Conservation and Education.

Status: Hearing held on Senate Committee on Finance on May 15

 

Nevada S 176

Introduced: 02/19/2015

Sponsor: Senator James Settelmeyer, Member, Nevada Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus

 Issue Brief: Knife Definitions

Summary: Revises provisions governing certain dangerous or deadly weapons; revises provision concerning concealed weapons; repeals certain provisions governing the manufacture and sale of switchblade knives.

Status: From Assembly Committee on Judiciary: Do Pass on May 19

 

Oregon H 2049

Introduced: 02/02/2015

Sponsor: Representative Val Hoyle, Co-Chair, Oregon Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus

Issue Brief: General; Seniors; Veterans

Summary: Authorizes certain hunters to use battery-powered scoping devices, pin sight lights and laser sighting devices to hunt; allows person to accompany visually impaired hunter to assist with hunting activities under certain circumstances.

Status: Public Hearing held on May 14

 

Oregon S 175

Introduced: 02/02/2015

Sponsor: Senator Brian Boquist, Member, Oregon Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus

Issue Brief: Enforcement

Summary: Modifies certain penalties for wildlife law violations; declares emergency, effective on passage.

Status: Work Session scheduled on May 20

 

Oregon S 913

Introduced: 03/04/2015

Sponsor: Senate Judiciary Committee

Issue Brief: Ivory

Summary: Creates offense of trafficking in animal parts; provides that knowing purchase, sale, offering for sale, possession with intent to sell or importation for purchase or sale in this state of ivory, rhinoceros horn, ivory products or rhinoceros horn products is offense; creates exceptions; makes first offense punishable by a maximum number of days’ imprisonment and by maximum fine or twice fair market value of ivory, rhinoceros horn, ivory product or rhinoceros horn product, whichever is greater.

Status: Work Session scheduled in House Judiciary Committee for May 27

WESTERN STATES

 

 

California A 499

Introduced: 02/23/2015

Sponsor: Assembly Member Ken Cooley, Member, California Outdoor Sporting Caucus

Issue Brief: General

Summary: Authorizes a person with a valid license to carry a firearm capable of being concealed on the person, consistent with the terms of that license, while engaged in the taking of deer with bow and arrow as long as he or she does not take or attempt to take deer with the firearm.

Status: To Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Water on May 14

 

California A 665

Introduced: 02/24/2015

Sponsor: Assembly Member Jim Frazier, Co-Chair, California Outdoor Sporting Caucus

Issue Brief: General

Summary: Provides that the State fully occupies the field of the taking and possession of fish and game. Provides that unless otherwise authorized by the Fish and Game Code, other state law or federal law, the Fish and Game Commission and the Department of Fish and Wildlife are the only entities that may adopt or promulgate regulations. Requires the Commission to consider certain factors when adopting regulations relating to the taking of fish, amphibians and reptiles and to consider public health and safety.

Status: To Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Water on May 14

 

California S 345

Introduced: 02/24/2015

Sponsor: Senator Tom Berryhill, Member, California Outdoor Sporting Caucus  

Issue Brief: Angling Access; General License; Recruitment

Summary: Authorizes a charitable organization or nonprofit organization to possess fish taken under a sport fishing license in excess of a possession limit when such organizations were given the fish as donations an can provide documentation to that effect and the entities retain any tag required to be fixed to a fish in a prescribed manner. Authorizes the donor to possess fish under a license in excess of limits if the donor complies with the same requirements. Relates to junior licenses and one-day licenses.

Status: In Senate Committee on Appropriations (To Suspense File) on May 18

 

Colorado S 206

Introduced: 03/11/2015

Sponsor: Senator Ellen Roberts

Issue Brief: General

Summary: Extends the tax credit for phased conservation easement donations of conservations which are donated to a governmental entity or a charitable organization; lowers transaction costs for agricultural producers and facilitating endangered species mitigation.

Status: To Governor on May 14

 

Colorado S 226

Introduced: 03/20/2015

Sponsor: Senator Jerry Sonnenberg

Issue Brief: Apprentice Hunting License; Recruitment

Summary: Concerns the education requirements necessary to qualify for a license to take wildlife; requires a person to obtain a hunter education certificate in order to be issued a license to hunt in Colorado; requires the person to have a specified number of hours in a hunter education course; creates an apprentice program that allows a person who is at least 10 years of age to be issued a temporary certificate without hunter education if he or she is accompanied by a mentor who is at least 18 years of age.

Status: To Governor on May 18

 

Montana H 140

Introduced: 01/05/2015

Sponsor: Representative Jeffrey Welborn

Issue Brief: Apprentice Hunting License; General; General License; Seniors; Veterans

Summary: Relates to hunting and fishing licenses; requires an additional budget review and report to the legislature; creates a base hunting license; clarifies the price of a class B-12 nonresident antlerless elk B tag license; modifies fishing license fees; eliminates free licenses for certain youth, senior, disabled, and nonresident hunters and anglers and standardizing discounted license prices; authorizes free fishing for all youth under age 12; clarifies certain fees for certain nonresident hunting licenses.

Status: Chaptered (Chapter No. 449) on May 8

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