Wyoming Senator Ogden Driskill (R-1) introduced a bill last week that would further expand the rights of hunters in the Cowboy State.  Senate File 132 would repeal the state prohibition on hunting with sound suppressors (which are additionally regulated under federal law) while providing additional penalties for those who use them illegally.  This legislation has been referred to the Senate Travel, Recreation, Wildlife, and Cultural Resources committee, and will be heard when they meet early tomorrow morning.  Please call and email the Senators on the committee and urge them to vote in favor of this meaningful hunting improvement legislation!  

More...