Recent Updates

Coyote Hunter Sparks Controversey

A U.P. coyote hunter’s conduct is being called into question. The man, who is still anonymous at this point, shot a coyote several times in Ironwood this past winter before having his dogs come in to finish off the job. Hounding coyotes is permitted in Michigan, but the United States …

Read More »

Smurfing Bill Moving Through Legislature

State Representative John Kivela’s new meth bill is on its way to Governor Rick Snyder’s desk. The proposed law would restrict pharmacies from selling ephedrine and pseudoephedrine products, like Sudafed and Zyrtec-D, to individuals convicted of methamphetamine-related offenses. Convicts with a prescription would still be able to purchase the medication. …

Read More »

County Gun Boards Eliminated

The Michigan Senate this week approved a measure that eliminates county gun boards, and also transfers the job of issuing permits to county clerks. Also, the Michigan State Police would perform accompanying background checks. The bill is sponsored by Senate Republican Mike Green of Mayville. Supporters say while the current …

Read More »
[sam id="3" codes="true"]