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\nLet Them Spawn - This is a NC Wildlife Federation bill being shepherded by Rep Larry Yarborough. This is a good bill that needs to pass. It received a favorable vote in the Wildlife Committee and has now moved to Environment, which may meet next Tuesday or the following.
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\n https://www.ncleg.gov/BillLookUp/2019/H486
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\nCommercial Fishing License Reforms- This is a rebirth of previous efforts to reign in and get control over licenses. It received a favorable vote in Wildlife and is now in Finance, which meets on Tuesday\'s and Wednesdays. It could be heard next week. This is a very important bill supporting fisheries reform.
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\nhttps://www.ncleg.gov/BillLookUp/2019/H810
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\nMarine Fisheries Reform- This is Rep Yarborough\'s counter bill to Senate Bill 554.
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\nhttps://www.ncleg.gov/BillLookUp/2019/S554
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\nThe Senate bill is a DMF led attempt to strip the MFC of some very important powers and duties of the Commission. The typical foes of the resource (Steinburg, Sanderson, Tillman, Brown) are the leaders of this bill. It is designed to give the DMF control over the process for the purpose of delay.
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\nThe NC Fisheries Association (Jerry Schill) has tweaked the DMF bill to further protect commercial interests with this House bill-
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\nhttps://www.ncleg.gov/BillLookup/2019/H860
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\nThe process will require conferencing of all three of those bills into one, which will hopefully be a formidable task that will disinfect S554 and H860 or kill all three.
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\nWe all need to show support for 483 and 486 by writing emails to the committee members as these bills move forward.
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\nLet The Spawn (H483)
\nThe Environment Committee- https://www.ncleg.gov/Committees/Com...useStanding/22
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\nCommercial Fishing License Reforms (H486)
\nThe Finance Committee- https://www.ncleg.gov/Committees/Com...useStanding/24\r\n
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    \nhttps://cctawakeupcall.castos.com/po...eup-04-28-2019
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    \nPlease use this easy NC Wildlife Federation on-online form, supporting sustainable fisheries management, to send an email to your representative.
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    \nThe Republican caucus is meeting of Tuesday to address controversial bills. Bills move or die after that meeting.
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      Default Current Fisheries Bills in the NC Legislature

      https://www.ncleg.gov/BillLookUp/2019/H483

      Let Them Spawn - This is a NC Wildlife Federation bill being shepherded by Rep Larry Yarborough. This is a good bill that needs to pass. It received a favorable vote in the Wildlife Committee and has now moved to Environment, which may meet next Tuesday or the following.

      https://www.ncleg.gov/BillLookUp/2019/H486

      Commercial Fishing License Reforms- This is a rebirth of previous efforts to reign in and get control over licenses. It received a favorable vote in Wildlife and is now in Finance, which meets on Tuesday's and Wednesdays. It could be heard next week. This is a very important bill supporting fisheries reform.

      https://www.ncleg.gov/BillLookUp/2019/H810

      Marine Fisheries Reform- This is Rep Yarborough's counter bill to Senate Bill 554.

      https://www.ncleg.gov/BillLookUp/2019/S554

      The Senate bill is a DMF led attempt to strip the MFC of some very important powers and duties of the Commission. The typical foes of the resource (Steinburg, Sanderson, Tillman, Brown) are the leaders of this bill. It is designed to give the DMF control over the process for the purpose of delay.

      The NC Fisheries Association (Jerry Schill) has tweaked the DMF bill to further protect commercial interests with this House bill-

      https://www.ncleg.gov/BillLookup/2019/H860

      The process will require conferencing of all three of those bills into one, which will hopefully be a formidable task that will disinfect S554 and H860 or kill all three.

      We all need to show support for 483 and 486 by writing emails to the committee members as these bills move forward.

      Let The Spawn (H483)
      The Environment Committee- https://www.ncleg.gov/Committees/Com...useStanding/22

      Commercial Fishing License Reforms (H486)
      The Finance Committee- https://www.ncleg.gov/Committees/Com...useStanding/24
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