Summary

1/18/2013--Introduced.Hunting, Fishing, and Recreational Shooting Protection Act - Amends the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) to exclude from the definition of "chemical substance" for purposes of such Act:... Read More

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Date Introduced
Jan 18, 2013

Co-Sponsors

r-90
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Nation

494 Supporting
51 Opposing
91% 9%

State: CA

50 Supporting
4 Opposing
93% 7%

District: 1st

1 Supporting
0 Opposing
100% 0%

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Organizations Supporting

If passed, H.R. 322 would amend the Toxic Substances Control Act to exempt “shot, bullets and other projectiles, propellants, and primers,"' and "any sport fishing equipment . . . and sport fishing equipment components” from the jurisdiction of the Environmental Protection Agency.

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Users Supporting

I support H.R. 322: Hunting, Fishing, and Recreational Shooting Protection Act because...I have personally seen an increase in loons and cormorants in the inland lakes that I visit and fish at , over the last couple of years. More than say six or seven yeas ago. So I do not see how lead should be controlled by the EPA. Somehow their pseudo science does not work here. Granted some birds may be affected but not as much as the EPA says.

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OH
11
WaTT
OH-11
9 months ago

I support H.R. 322: Hunting, Fishing, and Recreational Shooting Protection Act because...the EPA has no right to regulate items that the ruling class wishes to eliminate like firearm ammunition.

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TX
32
Quintus
TX-32
11 months ago

I support H.R. 322: Hunting, Fishing, and Recreational Shooting Protection Act because... Liberals want to ban guns through back door restriction on all ammo or make it so expensive no one can afford it... We must fight this 2nd amendment attack

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IN
4
Bill-Of-Rights
IN-4
1 year ago

I support H.R. 322: Hunting, Fishing, and Recreational Shooting Protection Act because H.R. 322 would help prevent abuse of EPA regulations by groups who oppose hunting, fishing, and the use of certain types of ammunition.

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CA
19
Anonymous2209484
CA-19
1 year ago

I support H.R. 322: Hunting, Fishing, and Recreational Shooting Protection Act because groups opposed to hunting are attempting to destroy the sport through regulation...

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CA
43
HowardW56
CA-43
2 years ago

I support H.R. 322: Hunting, Fishing, and Recreational Shooting Protection Act because...

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CA
7
Anonymous1075898
CA-7
2 years ago

Users Opposing

I oppose H.R. 322: Hunting, Fishing, and Recreational Shooting Protection Act because the endless exemptions Congress writes into law are a big part of the problem. Simple laws that apply to everyone, without exemptions. This is just another special interest gun lobby giveaway.

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TX
24
CrabcakeGirl
TX-24
2 years ago

I oppose H.R. 322: Hunting, Fishing, and Recreational Shooting Protection Act the environment is much more important than keeping the ability to hunt, shoot and fish with lead or any other known toxic substance. I say this as a hunter and fisher myself.

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NC
6
sanders
NC-6
2 years ago

I oppose H.R. 322: Hunting, Fishing, and Recreational Shooting Protection Act because...What is shown on this bill does not give me any info on i will not support any bill i can not understand or read in full. Please do not support any bill that the general public is not allowed access to.

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CO
5
ChristopherStephens
CO-5
2 years ago

I oppose H.R. 322 ("To amend the Toxic Substances Control Act to clarify the jurisdiction of the Environmental Protection") because...I oppose H.R. 322 ("To amend the Toxic Substances Control Act to clarify the jurisdiction of the Environmental Protection") because thew EPA need to be eliminated. They are out of control and congress has given them too much power. God is watching you

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FL
4
grandaddy
FL-4
2 years ago

Bill Summary

1/18/2013--Introduced.Hunting, Fishing, and Recreational Shooting Protection Act - Amends the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) to exclude from the definition of "chemical substance" for purposes of such Act: (1) any component of any pistol, revolver, firearm, shell, or cartridge the sale of which is subject to federal excise tax, including shot, bullets and other projectiles, propellants, and primers; and (2) any sport fishing equipment the sale of which is subject to federal excise tax and sport fishing equipment components.

H.R. 321The Firearm Safety and Public Health Research Act H.R. 323 Muscogee Nation of Florida Federal Recognition Act