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Old 01-23-2018, 09:02 PM
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Attack of Our Public lands do not stop !

I copied and pasted this from a Zane Grey TU, PHX alert !


Your Public Lands Are Under Attack!

This Thursday (1/25) the Arizona House of Representatives Committee on Land, Agriculture and Rural affairs will be voting on HB2210.
HB2210 directs the state attorney general to investigate and report his findings on outlandish state takeover theories, which have been rejected time and again. After consulting with the president of the senate and the speaker of the house the attorney general will consider taking action to " gain ownership or control of the public lands within this state."
The transfer of public lands will result in being locked out of our favorite places to camp, hike, hunt, and fish. It is economically impossible for the state to manage all 25 million acres of public land here in Arizona, when we can barely keep our rest stops open. Let's stop this bill and the threat of public lands turnover in its tracks!
We need your help as defenders of public lands to make your voice heard about HB2210!
Here are three ways you can help today!

Option 1: Attend the committee hearing at the state capitol this Thursday, January 25, 2018, Room HHR 3 @ 10:00 a.m. During this hearing the public will be given a chance to speak out against bill HB2210, let the committee members know that Public Lands Should Remain in Public Hands! Even if you do not speak the sportsmen's community presence goes a long way.

Option 2: Email or call one or more of the committee members (see contact list below) and let them know that Public Lands Should Remain in Public Hands and vote "NO" on HB2210.

Option 3: Officially log your opposition to HB2210 with the State Legislature. To do this you must be registered via a kiosk at the state capitol. If you are not already registered and want to do this, please reach out to Nathan.rees@tu.org with your name and email. From there, Nathan will register you and provide detailed instructions on how to proceed.

Land, Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee members:

Brenda Barton, Chairman
602.926.4129
bbarton@azleg.gov
David Mitchell, Vice Chairman
602.926.5894
dmitchell@azleg.gov
Wenona Benally
602.926.5172
wbenally@azleg.gov
David Cook
602.926.5162
dcook@azleg.gov
Rosanna Gabaldon
602.926.3424
rgabaldon@azleg.gov
Travis Grantham
602.926.4868
tgrantham@azleg.gov
Becky Nutt
602.926.4852
bnutt@azleg.gov
Gerae Peten
602.926.4842
gpeten@azleg.gov


Thanks for your continued support!
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