×

SB 752

October 17, 2011

Hunting Entitlements: Voluntary Donations
T. Berryhill, R – Modesto

Purpose Of Legislation:  Existing law requires each person who takes birds or mammals in California to apply for, and be granted, a hunting license. Existing law authorizes specified persons to obtain tags or stamps for the taking of specific animals or aquatic species, if certain requirements are met. This bill would require that a person to whom a hunting license, permit, reservation, tag, or other entitlement is issued pursuant to the Automated License Data System have the opportunity at the time of issuance to make a voluntary donation, or release contact information, or both, to eligible nonprofit organizations, as defined, through means of a check-off box, or through other means the department determines to be appropriate. The bill would require the department to annually transmit collected donation revenues and contact information to the designated eligible nonprofit organization. The bill would authorize the department, in order to cover its direct administrative costs, to impose a charge on an eligible nonprofit organization for a reasonable percentage of the total annual donations collected for the organization.

CRPA’s Position: Watch
Current Status: Vetoed by Governor 10/8/11.
Contact: Click the link below. Fill out the required fields to submit your message.
Senator Tom Berryhill

Be Proactive And Get Involved!
Write to Your Representatives and Commissioners

Send your comments on pending legislation and regulatory actions to your legislator and/or the Fish and Game Commission. And remember that it is just as important to send a letter or e-mail thanking officials when they support gun owners and sportsmen. Please keep in mind the following when you write:

  • State your name and address (phone number optional).
  • State that you are a member of CRPA.
  • Be professional and courteous.
  • Be concise.
  • State what the issue is.
  • State your concerns or your thanks.
  • State what action you are requesting.

State Legislators: Find the specific address for your legislator at www.legislature.ca.gov or address your letter to your legislator and mail it to the State Capitol, Sacramento, 94248-0001

For questions on Fish and Game Commission meetings, permit revocations, and the regulatory process, please contact the Fish and Game Commission.

Mailing Address:
California Fish and Game Commission
1416 Ninth Street
P.O. Box 944209
Sacramento, CA 94244-2090
E-mail: fgc@dfg.ca.gov
(Include the subject of the regulations in the e-mail subject line)

Contact President Barack Obama and Joe Biden
E-mail the White House

Contact Governor Jerry Brown
E-mail the Governor

Contact the California State Fish & Game Commission
Department of Fish & Game

Detailed Legislative Information And Articles
Contact Your Elected Representatives
Contact Your State or Federal Representatives
Official California Legislative Information

Firearm Related News & Alert Information
Assembly Democratic Caucus
Attorney General (California Department of Justice)
Assembly Republican Caucus
California CAL-ERT System
California DOJ – Firearms Division
California State Fish & Game Commission
California Legislative Information & Contacts
Contact Department of Fish & Game
CRPA’s Media Releases
Controller’s Office (State Controller’s Office)
General Services (Department of General Services)
Gun News Daily
Legislative Analyst’s Office
Legislature — State Assembly
Legislature — State Senate
NRA News
RKBA Alert Information
Second Amendment Activist Centers
California Secretary of State
U.S. Homicide Trends

Firearms Litigation Related
Arms and the Law
Cal Gun Laws
Michel & Associates, P.C.

National Rifle Association Of America
NRA Homepage

Hunting Entitlements: Voluntary Donations
T. Berryhill, R – Modesto

Purpose Of Legislation:  Existing law requires each person who takes birds or mammals in California to apply for, and be granted, a hunting license. Existing law authorizes specified persons to obtain tags or stamps for the taking of specific animals or aquatic species, if certain requirements are met.

Leave a Reply