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S.3850 Hunting, Fishing and Recreational Shooting Protection Act, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Sep 28, 2010 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Environment and Public Works.

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  • 50% of users support S.3850

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    • On October 08, 2010, by JSComputerTech - I think her mind is damaged from lead poisoning.

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      As noted by JSComputerTech, a user on OpenCongress.org, on October 08, 2010, "I think her mind is damaged from lead poisoning."

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    • H.Res.553: Expressing the sense of the House of ... - OpenCongress - October 10, 2011 by opencongress.org - S.3850 - OpenCongress. The bill, S. 3850, introduced on September 28, by Senator Blanche Lincoln (D- AR) comes after a petition was filed under the Toxic Substance Control Act of 1976 (TSCA) seeking to ban both traditional ammunition and . ... about that o

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      As noted by opencongress.org on October 10, 2011, "S.3850 - OpenCongress. The bill, S. 3850, introduced on September 28, by Senator Blanche Lincoln (D- AR) comes after a petition was filed under the Toxic Substance Control Act of 1976 (TSCA) seeking to ban both traditional ammunition and . ... about that o" (http://174.37.14.120-static.reverse.softlayer.com/bill/111-hr553/show)
    • Cast Ministries » Blog Archive » The epa heard our voices - November 09, 2010 by Cast Ministries - In September 2010, legislation was introduced to both chambers of Congress to prevent an overarching federal ban on lead in recreational fishing tackle (S. 3850 and H.R. 6284). “Even with this decision, ASA will continue to work with ...

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      As noted by Cast Ministries on November 09, 2010, "In September 2010, legislation was introduced to both chambers of Congress to prevent an overarching federal ban on lead in recreational fishing tackle (S. 3850 and H.R. 6284). “Even with this decision, ASA will continue to work with ..." (http://castministries.net/wp/2010/11/the-epa-heard-our-voices/)
    • Traditional Ammo and Tackle Legislation Introduced | Outdoor News ... - November 08, 2010 by Outdoor News Daily - The bill, S. 3850, introduced on September 28, by Senator Blanche Lincoln (D- AR) comes after a petition was filed under the Toxic Substance Control Act of 1976 (TSCA) seeking to ban both traditional ammunition and fishing tackle. ...

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      As noted by Outdoor News Daily on November 08, 2010, "The bill, S. 3850, introduced on September 28, by Senator Blanche Lincoln (D- AR) comes after a petition was filed under the Toxic Substance Control Act of 1976 (TSCA) seeking to ban both traditional ammunition and fishing tackle. ..." (http://outdoornewsdaily.com/index.php/archives/15091)

    Highly Rated News Articles

    • Petition shot down - November 13, 2010 by CJOnline - ...for decisively voicing their opinion to EPA." CSC member and former Chairwoman, Sen. Blanche Lincoln of Arkansas, introduced S.3850 on Sept. 28 to protect lead based traditional ammunition and fishing tackle from a potential ban by the EPA. This legisla

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      As noted by CJOnline on November 13, 2010, "...for decisively voicing their opinion to EPA." CSC member and former Chairwoman, Sen. Blanche Lincoln of Arkansas, introduced S.3850 on Sept. 28 to protect lead based traditional ammunition and fishing tackle from a potential ban by the EPA. This legisla" (http://cjonline.com/sports/outdoors/2010-11-13/petition_shot_down)
    • Nighttime feeding bite gets stronger - October 19, 2010 by Highlands Today - ...don't go looking for it. Help Fight Attempted Ban on Lead Fishing Tackle. On Sept. 28, Senator Blanche Lincoln (D-AR) introduced S.3850, which seeks to prevent an overarching federal ban on lead in recreational fishing tackle. If enacted, this ban will

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      As noted by Highlands Today on October 19, 2010, "...don't go looking for it. Help Fight Attempted Ban on Lead Fishing Tackle. On Sept. 28, Senator Blanche Lincoln (D-AR) introduced S.3850, which seeks to prevent an overarching federal ban on lead in recreational fishing tackle. If enacted, this ban will" (http://www2.highlandstoday.com/content/2010/oct/20/LBNEWSO1/areasports/)
    • Dave Henderson outdoors: Banning lead in fishing is still a bad idea - October 06, 2010 by The Ithaca Journal - ...have not changed. A national ban on fishing tackle is simply not warranted. Someone recognizes the fact and legislation (S.3850) has been introduced in the Senate that will help to ensure that future regulations on fishing tackle are established based o

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      As noted by The Ithaca Journal on October 06, 2010, "...have not changed. A national ban on fishing tackle is simply not warranted. Someone recognizes the fact and legislation (S.3850) has been introduced in the Senate that will help to ensure that future regulations on fishing tackle are established based o" (http://www.theithacajournal.com/article/20101006/SPORTS/10060401/1128/)
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