Arizona Senate to Vote on Pro-Hunting Bill Today
An important pro-hunting bill will be on third reading this afternoon in the Arizona Senate. House Bill 2728, introduced by state Representative David Gowan (R-30), would allow hunters in Arizona to use lawfully-possessed suppressors (also referred to as silencers) on firearms for hunting. HB 2728 has already passed in the House by a 42 to 14 vote on February 28. Passage in the state Senate is the final legislative hurdle to be cleared before going to Governor Jan Brewer for her approval.